You might have the answer: Be a part of choosing the first single! It’s time to share “NEW PHOTOS & NEW MUSIC”Part 1 of “Don’t torture yourself” is now posted for a limited time.
We’ve been getting a lot of votes for “The Other Room” to be the first single. What do you think? We’re loving your comments!
Backstage at Nola’s featuring Danielle W. Carter and The Sounds of Soul
Also, we have new pictures from the NolasLA show! LAKMG, a fully staffed and very driven artist development team based on Los Angeles, presented the first Soul and RnB Indie Express event at Nola‘s Los Angeles featuring my band, Danielle W. Carter and the Sounds of Soul. They really took great care to make sure my band and I were positioned for an excellent show. They even arranged for a post show interview with local publicist Jerica Williams.
My band was proud to kick off the evening with five original songs! Now is a fine time to introduce these talented musicians. Drum roll please….Chris Lee on the keys, Chuksingh on guitar, Melony Varnado on supporting vocals, Howard Brodwin on drums and Eric Frazier on bass. This was the very first time performing together as a full band. I feel honored and grateful everyday to collaborate with such talent. Big hugs and many thanks!
Danielle W. Carter @NolasLA, LAKMG presents Indie Express
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Save the date: Bacon, funk, soul with my cover band Illegal Download Collection @BaconSocial on Saturday, June 8, 2013. Let’s dance! See all EVENTS.
It was just last week that Chris Lee and I were playing at The Mint Los Angeles with family and friends. If you had a chance to join us, please leave your comments and “testify” at the bottom of this blog or on my site with your experience. Your comments, few or plenty, make a huge impact on the shows we bring you in the future! Thank you for sharing your journey with us!
Hello Ladies! Moni brightens the evening with her fashionable touch!
Special THANK YOU’s to Chris Lee, Amber C. for collecting fav song votes at The Mint, Cynthia C. for your photography skills and Songsalive! for selecting us for Spotlight Member of The Month and the Mint showcase and last but never least PURE+Prive Jewelry Company for the frosting both on stage and off
Find Another Way – Written by: Danielle W. Carter
The Other Room – Written with Anthony Bowman
Talking to Love – Written with Sophie Ilys
How time flies! Show is over and now I am sitting at a small coffee counter overlooking 43rd Street and 9th Avenue in the Big Apple. Taking a careful sip of my steamy mug, I watch thousands of shoes scurry down the worn cemented streets. Sometimes I’m amazed by the simple fact that it is so easy to pick up and leave one city for another, immersed in a brand new rhythm. It feels like a fresh start, or maybe what having a new identity would be like. All of the things that I “had to do” but didn’t have enough time to get to don’t seem as urgent when I step outside of my bubble. There are so many places I’m naturally drawn to that I know I must visit like the UK, Argentina, Peru, etc…Where do you want to go? There are definitely more adventures with my name on it. What could be waiting for you?
What an honor! I am Songsalive!’s featured member! They just released a special interview and song review which gets up close and personal. Find details below!
Songsalive! was founded by Gilli Moon and is the largest international non profit that supports and helps promote songwriters; providing access to more opportunities. The first chapter began in Australia.
“Danielle Carter’s latest single, “Don’t Torture Yourself (Enough)” is described as ambient soul, and the moniker fits.”
Interview excerpt: What are your views about where the music industry is heading in your community, or on a global level?:
“I am learning and discovering where the music industry is headed every day. Overall, we have trended toward a high tech and high touch society. We’ve seen a wealth of creativity through the web–such as virtual concerts and youtube artist sensations–which present more alternatives to major label deals…As media continues to broaden the access to local music on a global scale, the craving for authenticity and raw talent grows stronger. ”