” An impressive quintessential classic rock voice, huge-sounding, instantly
catchy gems and epic guitar solos” – Planet Rock.
“An assured set of complex yet accessible material. A strong vocal with a
hint of Cornell” – Classic Rock Magazine.
NEW UNPLUGGED ALBUM ANNOUNCED & NEW SINGLE SET TO BE REVEALED!
DANNY BEARDSLEY continues his ascent with an acoustic reworking of his debut
album, Blood From A Stone. Danny will release a new single, Wilt Away, on
Friday 10th July, and Blood From A Stone Unplugged, on Friday 17th July,
through all major platforms.
Coming at you from the Midlands, DANNY BEARDSLEY has often been described as
one of the most instinctive and formidable guitarists around. Danny is
founder and member of instrumental progressive trio, The Parallax Method.
With appearances at some of the most prestigious festivals including
Download, Bloodstock, UK Tech Fest, Hammerfest, HRH Prog, HRH Road Trip to
Ibiza, Rock and Blues Festival, Camden Rocks, and Macmillan Fest. Danny’s
musical endeavours have harvested support from the likes of Classic Rock
Magazine, Scuzz TV, Powerplay Magazine, Prog Magazine, Kerrang, Metal
Hammer, Planet Rock and Total Guitar. Ranking in MusicRadar’s 2019 poll as
one of the top 10 new guitarists in the world, he is also an official
ambassador for Orange Amps and a PRS Guitars supported artist.
DANNY BEARDSLEY originally released his debut album, Blood From A Stone,
last September. The release was widely praised and revered throughout the
nation’s media. Never one to sit on his hands, Danny decided to re-work the
tracks as an unplugged album: “What started as the re-recording of one song
acoustically ending up being the whole album. When I originally wrote the
songs, I wrote them acoustically before deciding to develop them into a full
band structure. Losing a rhythm section meant the acoustic guitars had to
cover all the bases and primarily the focus shifted to the vocals. That was
the most challenging part, as I consider myself a guitar player who sings.
Unplugged music has nowhere to hide, technical guitar playing evolves into a
more streamlined approach which helped remind me that the song is paramount.”
With a sophomore album already in the works, DANNY BEARDSLEY’s reputation
will undoubtedly continue to soar.