Danny Grause brings "the funky side of country" as a solo artist or with a full band, singing originals or covers. He has shared the stage with numerous big-time acts including Lee Brice, Brothers Osborne, Toby Keith, Dustin Lynch, and Tyler Farr.
Danny Grause is not a traditional country artist. His music sits comfortably in playlists somewhere between Merle Haggard and Maroon 5, providing a fresh combination of gravel and groove for those who believe "Country" is merely a state of mind. Danny has been described as "the theoretical love child of Willie Nelson and Chaka Khan," both for his style of performance and his song craftsmanship. On stage with his supporting band, the "Black Dirt Kings," his music takes the listener on a virtual road trip full of twists, turns, and occasional stops in funky town. In 2010, Danny's signature sound caught the attention of some kindred spirits when a demo of "Don't Tell Mama" made the Top 15 of more than 700 acts in the "Sailing Southern Ground Contest," created and judged by none other than CMA and Grammy award-winning "Zac Brown Band." His music has also been featured in radio, television, and most recently in the new ad campaign for the "Hotsy" corporation. Deliberately unpolished and unapologetic, Danny's commanding stage presence is just what you would expect from a carpenter's son who's proud of every callous and scar he's earned along the way.