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Danny Myrick

Danny Myrick

A little bit muddy water Mississippi, a little bit California beach bum, Danny grew up playing, singing and writing for his family gospel band while being consumed with 70’s FM radio. He achieved his first #1 gospel song as a writer at age 17 before moving to Nashville and spending the 90’s singing lead in country rock band, Western Flyer.
After Western Flyer disbanded, Danny’s vocal talent lead to singing 100’s of songwriter demos as well as adding background vocals to numerous albums by the likes of Blake Shelton, Montgomery Gentry and Keith Anderson before focusing on his passion for writing songs.
As a writer, Danny’s musical diversity has lead to cuts by artists ranging from Gloriana to Joe Cocker and he has celebrated numerous hit songs including Craig Morgan’s “International Harvester,” Tim McGraw’s “Truck Year,” 2009’s most played country song, “She’s Country,” by Jason Aldean, and the recent Locash hit song “I Love This Life.” When not working, Danny spends his time being an obsessive sports fan and hanging with his two songs.