Howling At The Moon - Dani Wilde
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Dani Wilde

Howling At The Moon - Dani Wilde

The brand new 2020 single from Dani Wilde - Released on Vizztone Label Group March 27th 2020. British Blues Award winner Dani Wilde burst onto the International blues scene in 2007, opening for Jools Holland at London’s Royal Albert Hall and signing to prestigious blues record label Ruf Records. “The entire audience was silenced and caught in the spell of deep emotion… she won the hearts and souls of everyone in the crowd – outstanding.” – Music News Magazine Since then she has toured extensively (playing up to 250 concerts a year) across the UK, Europe, America, Canada and Africa charting in the blues and country charts in Europe. USA concerts have included headline shows under her own name, and performances with girl group “Girls With Guitars” alongside Samantha Fish and Cassie Taylor. The group’s 2012 record, produced by Mike Zito in Berlin, was a hit in Europe; the single ‘Bitch’ reaching the Number 1 spot in the iTunes blues charts in Italy. In 2017, Dani signed with Vizztone Label Group to release a live in the studio album entitled “Live at Brighton Road”. Her relationship with Vizztone continues as she reaches for new heights with the release of a brand new single ‘Howling at the Moon’. Composed and produced by Wilde, the track takes influence from both her British and American influences: “I was listening to British artists Paul Weller and 80’s pop-soul singer Sam Brown who inspired my arrangements and vocals, as well as taking guitar influence from my American blues heroes Albert Collins and Sean Costello.” The track is about a darker time in Wilde’s life where she was “struggling to see the light at the end of the tunnel having had my heart broken and stamped on – I was so lost back then but now I can look back and see that I’m a stronger and happier person today because I lived through that.”
Masters of War  - Dani Wilde
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Dani Wilde

Masters of War - Dani Wilde

Dani Wilde Single: Masters of War - Release Date 1st July 2020 - Vizztone Label Group British Blues Award winner Dani Wilde burst onto the International blues scene in 2007, opening for Jools Holland at London’s Royal Albert Hall and signing to prestigious blues record label Ruf Records. “The entire audience was silenced and caught in the spell of deep emotion… she won the hearts and souls of everyone in the crowd – outstanding.” – Music News Magazine Since then she has toured extensively (playing up to 250 concerts a year) across the UK, Europe, America, Canada and Africa charting in the blues and country charts in Europe. USA concerts have included headline shows under her own name, and performances with girl group “Girls With Guitars” alongside Samantha Fish and Cassie Taylor. The group’s 2012 record, produced by Mike Zito in Berlin, was a hit in Europe; the single ‘Bitch’ reaching the Number 1 spot in the iTunes blues charts in Italy. In 2017, Dani signed with Vizztone Label Group to release a live in the studio album entitled “Live at Brighton Road”. Her relationship with Vizztone continues as she reaches for new heights with her interpretation of Bob Dylan’s Master’s of War: “I feel this song is as relevant today as when Dylan wrote it” Wilde explains. “When I became a Mum, I felt more than ever ‘the fear to bring children into the world’ – the world is a scary place. Here in the UK we are the 2nd largest arms exporter; arming and supporting repressive regimes. When I sing Dylan’s words my heart is going out to those in war torn countries - the innocent victims of the international arms trade.” Dani Wilde: Lead Vocal, Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar Victoria Smith: Bass Guitar Jack Bazzani: Drums Engineered by Ali Gavan at Brighton Road Recording Studio Video by Philip James - Pajama Films Composed by Bob Dylan Arranged and Produced by Dani Wilde
Pluto - Dani Wilde
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Dani Wilde

Pluto - Dani Wilde

DANI WILDE – PLUTO. Vizztone Label group. Release Date: May 7th 2021 British Blues Award winner Dani Wilde burst onto the International blues scene in 2007, opening for Jools Holland at London’s Royal Albert Hall and signing to prestigious blues record label Ruf Records. “The entire audience was silenced and caught in the spell of deep emotion… she won the hearts and souls of everyone in the crowd – outstanding.” – Music News Magazine Since then, she has toured extensively (playing up to 250 concerts a year) across the UK, Europe, America, Canada and Africa, charting in the blues and country charts in Europe. USA concerts have included headline shows under her own name, and performances with girl group “Girls With Guitars” alongside Samantha Fish and Cassie Taylor. The group’s 2012 record, produced by Mike Zito in Berlin, was a hit in Europe; the single ‘Bitch’ reaching the Number 1 spot in the iTunes blues charts in Italy. In 2017, Dani signed with Vizztone Label Group to release a live in the studio album entitled “Live at Brighton Road”. Her relationship with Vizztone continues in 2021 with a run of singles recorded in the recent Lockdown, starting with the self-penned track ‘Pluto’. A departure from Wilde’s blues influences, Wilde explains how this track is “inspired by classical composers such as Holst who capture something otherworldly in their music, and by folk artist Joni Mitchell. I didn't want to be put in a genre box with this one - it's just expression.” Pluto is a song about ending discrimination, celebrating diversity and ensuring that every voice counts and is respected. “There is a beautiful perspective that comes with seeing Earth for what it is, as a tiny dot in the universe. We are all so small, floating in this huge abyss, and no one is born better or more deserving than the next. The metaphor of my song Pluto comes from the idea that when I was a little girl, Pluto was deemed to be a Planet, but today it is seen as too small to be counted. The message of my song is that no one should ever be made to feel that small, and it hopefully encourages anyone who does feel that way to never give up.” All Vocals: Dani Wilde Acoustic Guitar: Dani Wilde Composition and Arrangement: Dani Wilde Produced by Dani WIlde Engineered and Mixed by Ali Gavan Mastered by Jon Astley Close to the edge Video by Philip James PLUTO (composed by Dani Wilde) We are all the same Orbiting the sun and leaning to the light A precious sight We are all the same Orbiting a star, one pulse, one heart Yet you tell me I’m too small to be counted I am Pluto, I may be small, but I am here x2 We are all the same Mortal skin and bones and a capacity For love We are all the same Wanting to be seen, wanting to find our place In this great night sky I am Pluto, I may be small, but I am here Like a ship lost in a storm we Navigate our way Some will try to burn our sails But we won’t turn back We are all pieces of the same astral puzzle I am Pluto, I may be small, but I am here x 4
Bumble Bee - Dani Wilde
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