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Americana (Canadiana), AC, Folk/Pop, Singer/Songwriter, Radio Friendly, Organic
Sounds Like: Shawn Colvin, Lucinda Williams, Eleni Mandell
- Danielle French has had film and TV placements for her music in shows such as Falcon Beach, Fashion Television, Breaking Amish and the independent film Halloween Party. She is also an award-winning filmmaker herself- she has produced/directed three short films to her songs, which have been broadcast on Bravo! and have screened at film festivals around the world
- Danielle administers the publishing for her music under her own company Scarlett Raven Productions (registered with SOCAN). Danielle controls 100% of the master and synch rights for this material.
- There are INSTRUMENTAL MIXES available for all tracks (except Not My Lover)- available by request.
- The songs are 100% clean (no profanity)
Danielle French is a nomadic singer/songwriter based out of Calgary, Alberta. Her 4th CD DRIVE is a collection of driving, freedom and heartache songs inspired by my many years spent on the road touring throughout North America (in 2012 and 2013 she toured 6 months of the year, mostly in the United States). DRIVE received radio play on campus, public and CBC radio across Canada and was listed at #5 in the “Best Local Bets of 2012” in the Reno Gazette Journal (DRIVE was recorded in Reno).
In her 15+ years as a recording artist and performer, she has worked with an impressive list of musicians such as Burton Cummings, Matthew Good, and Martin Tielli (Rheostatics), to name a few, who have collaborated with on her albums.
She is currently putting together her first band project to be called Miss Scarlett and the Madmen- consisting of a group of musicians she has been collaborating with at the Holiday Music Motel in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin (http://www.holidaymusicmotel.com/). In 2012, she was invited by pat mAcdonald (Grammy-nominated songwriter, formerly of the band Timbuk3- he wrote “The Future’s So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades”) to attend a series of week-long writing intensives where dozens of songwriters of varying genres gather to co-write, perform and record together in the on-site recording studio. The Holiday Music Motel is co-owned in part by pat mAcdonald, Jackson Browne, Steve Hamilton (of Making Sausage Music in Milwaukee, WI) and others, and is a fully operational motel in the heart of downtown Sturgeon Bay.