is a Melbourne singer/songwriter who graduated at Box Hill Institute in 2017 with a Bachelor of Applied Music (Performance). She released her debut song "Hey Daniel" in 2013, and has since released more originals. Danielle reached number two on the reverbnation charts and is working towards releasing her first EP.
In 2011, Danielle recorded a Thank You CD for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal, with the CD raising $6000. She also performed at a Christmas in July charity event with Denis Walter for the Father Bob Maguire Foundation, to support the homeless, and she has also been invited by Denis to sing at the Carols ByThe Bay in Geelong.
Danielle was the Australian Female Karaoke Champion in 2014, and she represented Australia at the Karaoke World Championships in Sweden. The following year she was invited by Derrick J to perform as a special guest at the Heritage of Song Concert in Sri Lanka.
Danielle wrote a comedy/cabaret show about growing up as a half-Lebanese, half-Australian woman. She performed her show, G’day Habibi, at the 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival, where she was nominated for “Best Cabaret”. Following the success of the nine-show run, Danielle was invited to perform five more shows at the Butterfly Club in Melbourne. The show received a glowing review from Stage Whispers.
She has plenty of experience in front of a microphone, having being interviewed on Triple M, 3AW and community radio stations. Danielle’s song list contains an eclectic mix of musical genres, and she performs solo or with a guitarist regularly at venues, private functions and weddings in Melbourne.
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