“What freezes you about Daniel G. Harmann’s music is the expanse. A quietly loud expanse. It scans across a highway bridge at night. Someone driving realizes the perfectness of hands. Harmann cuts from quiet and clean to loud and distorted with a crafted sense of timing. When he gets loud, it’s more a movement to… Continue reading the Stranger Show Review for 09.06.08 at the Tractor Tavern
“It’s hard to get ahead in Seattle’s highly saturated pool of singer/songwriters. Rocky Votolato, PWRFL Power, Tiny Vipers, Sera Cahoone—they’re all doing well for themselves. But for each successful acoustically inclined artist, there’s three dozen hopefuls waiting in line. Daniel G. Harmann knows the struggle; he’s been waiting his turn for years. But his new… Continue reading STRANGER BAND OF THE WEEK 05.22.08 – 05.28.08
Just a quickie to let you know that you can now buy tickets for our show with Pela, at the Tractor Tavern on May 25th. I’d recommend getting them as soon as you can, because this show will most likely sell out. Pela rule, and they’re playing Sasquatch the next day. Here’s the link: Smelliott!… Continue reading Pela/DGH Tix on Sale!
“Over the last several years and releases, Daniel G. Harmann has collaborated with many fine musicians including Head Like A Kite’s Trent Moorman and beloved songstress Rosie Thomas to name a few. There are few signs more indicative of talent than bringing in other talent. Most striking is Harmann’s sweet falsetto and backing melodies, which… Continue reading KEXP Review