About Dan Rose

(Danish version below the photos)

“Dan Rose is poised to make an impression.

A hybrid of rock, pop and alternative. Good vocals, great lyrical content and smashing instrumentation.”
360 Magazine (American lifestyle and culture magazine)

 

With an acoustic guitar and a fondness for folkpunk, indie and singer/songwriter vibes, and +100 shows in +10 countries behind him, Dan Rose proves that he's a damn fine songwriter and performer. The expression is direct and fresh with presence and warmth.

The crowdfunded debut album with sustainable elements
and production from Greg haver (Manic Street Preachers and many more), ‘No Time For Fear’, is out now.

"The borderland between classic folk centered around

a good voice and an acoustic guitar -

and a punk rock edge"
Capac (Danish music blog)

"Dan Rose not only entertains with his music, but he’s a funny guy who likes to interact with the audience. He is a musician that knows who he is and where he’s going, and that confidence shows through when he is performing. If the opportunity arises, you should definitely invest an evening at one of his live performances.”

Artists In The Spotlight (online music medium)

Om Dan Rose (DK)

"Stærkt personligt udtryk i vokalen -

Få din indie-folk på!"

KarriereKanonen

Med en akustisk guitar og en forkærlighed for folkpunk, indie og singer/songwriter-lyden, og +100 optrædener i +10 lande, beviser Dan Rose, at han er en fandens god sangskriver og performer. Udtrykket er direkte og friskt, leveret med nærvær og varme.

Det crowdfundede debutalbum med produktion af Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers, Melanie C m.fl.) er ude nu på digitale+fysiske medier (bl.a. bæredygtig CD).

"Grænselandet mellem klassisk folk­udtryk med centrum omkring en god stemme og en akustisk guitar – og punket rock med kant"

Capac (Dansk musik blog)

"Folk-rock med en ligefrem og punket kant – ikke ulig Jesse Malin, men med sangskriver åren sat ned i den sø, der har John Lennon som den største fisk"

33 Plus (Dansk digitalt musik-tidsskrift)

"Catchy melodier med en befriende naivitet"

Sebastian Wolff (Kellermensch)