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The Rising & Danny McMahon on Wednesday 20th February 2019
The Rising can best be described as blending fresh-faced Pop/Rock with Modern Country Stylings fresh from Nashville. The band's style is informed by a wide number of influences. Refusing to be defined by one genre they firmly believe that music is music regardless of what genre tags it happens to have. Taking influence from contemporary Pop, Rock as wells the updated Country Sounds of artists such as Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood,Keith Urban,Kelsea Ballerini and many others. The band are equally at home listening and enjoying top 40 radio and all genres of music. But it’s the band’s love of storytelling lyrics and songs with meaning that inspires their love and affinity with Country Music.
The band name however, comes from a Bruce Springsteen album that has and continues to inspire all members of the band
Danny McMahon is a country artist and singer-songwriter whose music is filled with emotive language, compelling harmonies and melodic tones. Danny released his debut EP ‘Making Memories’ in November 2017. The single ‘What It’s Like’ reached the semi-finals of Unsigned Only 2018 and international attention saw him become the first UK artist to perform at Springboard West Festival, San Diego, CA in January 2018.
Since releasing his second EP ‘Momentarily’, Danny was awarded UK Male Country Artist of the Year and has been nominated for three British Country Music Awards. He recently went to Nashville where he worked with 5-time Grammy nominated artist Billy Smiley and his recent single went to No. 1 in the UK iTunes Country Charts.
Music Genres: Country/Americana, Pop, Rock
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