Dan Leigh is a versatile musician and songwriter with a growing resume. He has recorded an LP and 2 EP's with Grammy-winning producer Scott Mathews. His music has been used on national television and in numerous indie films. Dan has been compared to Radiohead and Coldplay.
Dan Leigh's career began when multi-platinum producer/musican Scott Mathews offered to produce his first album. Dan then recorded and released his debut album "The Shortest Life" in 2004. Equal parts textured and melodic, the album has gradually found many fans, including indie filmmakers and music supervisors. Dan's songs tend to follow conventional song structure but have unconventional instrumentation. It's not unusual to find an African thumb piano or a squeezebox on one of Dan's tracks. Although, he makes use of conventional instruments, you may hear Hammond organs and synthesizers as well as various electric and acoustic guitars. Dan has branched out somewhat, recording production music in addition to his singer/songwriter material.
Recorded with Grammy-winning producer. An intense, haunting song about trying to write a song to save the world. The elegant, subdued verses give way to frantic choruses. This is an epic track, with arrangements that keep listeners on the edge of their seats. Male Vocals, Rock, Pop Rock
Recorded with Grammy-winning producer. A pop-rock song with a catchy chorus and a steady, relaxed feel. The lyrics are loosely based on the 9/11 attacks and images of a city in chaos. Soaring male vocals. Male Vocals, Rock, Pop Rock
Recorded with a Grammy-winning producer. This is a pretty, acoustic-based song. The lyrics are about the fleeting nature of things in life, and the instrumentation is delicate and sublime. Male Vocals, Pop, Easy Listening
Recorded with a Grammy-winning producer. A folky, catchy tune about trying to simplify your life. The breezy, light music is juxtaposed against the deep and searching lyrics. Great male vocal. Male Vocals, Rock, Folk Rock