Should Dan's Singing Be 'Band?'
Dan has been waxing lyrical about all things music and PR-related
again today, almost as-if he's some kind of Pop Star at the
top of his profession.
As Stu quizzed the Hull hairdresser in his usual stilted manner,
Dan gushed about what it's like to perform on stage, high
above the crowd.
"You can hear your crowd, but you can't feel them,"
said the towering muso, describing one of his bigger gigs
and namedropping left, right and centre in the process!
Then followed lots of talk about dishing flyers out, putting
posters up and getting DJ's booked, but when Stu asked the
camp coiffeur if he'd ever mimed to one of his own tracks,
Dan coyly admitted that he had, likening it to glorified karaoke.
However, when Stu stated that he didn't mind seeing an artist
miming, Dan was horrified and declared, "If you can't
cut it live, get out of the business". Ironically, he
then started to sing 'Sad Sweet Dreamer' in a monotonic tone.
Hardly 'singing' in the proper sense of the word, Dan's not-especially-melodic
'talky' technique is more Pop Idol Reject than Peter Andre...
and the latter isn't exactly a brilliant example to aspire
Later in the day, Jason visited the diary room to bemoan Dan's
alleged status as a rock star, telling the all-seeing power
sarcastically, "Apparently, he's the second biggest thing
to come out of Hull after the Beautiful South".
As we've said before though, if truth be told, Daniel can
barely sing and his band appear to be a highly dodgy 80's-style
outfit with little chance of commercial success. Harsh, but
true (come on, who wears gold boiler suits and does robotics
in their act these days?)
Sorry Danny boy, but your 'been there, seen it, done it' attitude
grates somewhat, even if you have been on the same stage as
Atomic Kitten. Not exactly the stuff of legend, is it?
Why not check-out his band's website to decide for yourself?
Cheesy drum-machine-laden pap, ahoy!
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