Dan Hannon

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Dan Hannon
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Dan Hannon
Background information
Birth name Daniel Hannon
Born United States
Genres rock, contemporary christian, country, pop
Occupation(s) Record producer
Instruments electric guitar, keyboard, acoustic guitar, Drums
Years active 2003–present
Labels Columbia, Sony Music, Eldest Only, Brash, Favorite Gentleman, Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic

Dan Hannon is a producer, engineer, mixer, songwriter, and musician. He recently finished co-producing the "COPE" LP, to be released April 1, 2014, with artist Manchester Orchestra. Dan also produced the "Simple Math" LP, which was released May 10, 2011, for Sony/Favorite Gentlemen artist Manchester Orchestra. In 2008, he was enlisted to co-produce their sophomore release "Mean Everything To Nothing" with eight-time GRAMMY Award Winner Joe Chiccarelli, resulting in the Top 10 rock hit "I've Got Friends." He produced, recorded, mixed, and co-wrote Anything Worth Saying by Aaron Shust—the No. 1 Christian record of the year in 2006, which was nominated for six Dove Awards and won three. The song "My Savior, My God" is Billboard's No. 2 Christian/Gospel Song of the Decade of the 2000s. Dan was also nominated for a Dove Award for Pop Contemporary Album of the year in 2007 for Aaron's Sophomore release Whispered and Shouted.

Discography[edit]

P=Producer • M=Mixer • E=Engineer • I=Instrumentalist • W=Writer

Title Artist Year Credits Label
King of This Town Ricky Gunn 2014 P/E/I/W New Canvas Entertainment
Cope Manchester Orchestra 2014 P/I Universal
Time To Get Right Jessta James 2013 P/E/I/W New Canvas Entertainment
Shipwrecked Among 2013 P/E/I/W
The Shadowboxers The Shadowboxers 2011 P/E/M
Goodnight California Nate Currin 2011 P/E/I Archaic Cannon Records
Simple Math LP Manchester Orchestra 2011 P/E/I Sony/Columbia
Emily Lynch Emily Lynch 2010 P/E/I/Co-W/M Eldest Only
The Grand Magnolias Paul McDonald, The Grand Magnolias 2010 P/E/I Boscobel
Forthcoming Acoustic LP Trey Rosenkampff 2010 P/E/I Eldest Only
The Rainy Day Sessions A Rocket to the Moon 2010 P/E/I Fueled By Ramen
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town For Disney’s “Prep & Landing A Rocket to the Moon 2009 P/E/I Fueled By Ramen
It Won’t Be Quiet Anymore Asherel 2009 P/E Eldest Only
Carry Me Home Aaron Shust 2009 P/E/Co-W Brash
Mean Everything to Nothing Manchester Orchestra 2009 Co-P/E/I Sony Music
WOW Essentials, Vol. 2: All Time Favorite Christian Songs Various Artists 2009 P/E/M/I Integrity
A Little More Emily Lynch 2009 P/E/M/I
Only Gets Better From Here The Beggars' Guild 2009 Co-M Favorite Gentlemen
The Red Rhythm Winston Audio 2009 P/E/M/I Favorite Gentlemen
The Enemy Lovers EP The Enemy Lovers 2009 P/E/M/I Chrysalis
Sweet Child EP Public Radio 2008 M
The Eventually Home Right Away, Great Captain 2008 Co-P/E Favorite Gentlemen
Let My Pride Be What's Left Behind Manchester Orchestra 2008 P/E/M/I Favorite Gentlemen
WOW Hits 1 Various Artists 2008 P/E/M/I Provident
God Has Come To Earth (Radio Single) Aaron Shust 2008 P/E/M/I Brash
Strangelove Elevation 2008 P/E/Co-W/I 50 Records
STARBUCKS:Off The Clock (Vol. 1) Various Artists 2007 P/E/M/I/Co-W Hear Music
WOW HITS 2008 Various Artists 2007 P/E/M/I Sparrow
I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child Manchester Orchestra 2007 P/E/M/I Sony Music
Breaking Me Down The Beggars' Guild 2007 P/E/M
Whispered and Shouted Aaron Shust 2007 P/E/M/Co-W/I Brash
WOW HITS 2007 Various Artists 2007 P/E/M/I EMI/CMG
Blessing John Waller 2007 E Beech Street/Reunion
O Come Emmanuel (Radio Single) Aaron Shust 2006 P/E/M/I Brash
Anything Worth Saying Aaron Shust 2006 P/E/M/I/Co-W Brash

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Awards and Acknowledgments[edit]

  • No. 1 Song of the Year for 2006 on R&R and CRW charts for Aaron Shust's My Savior, My God[3]
  • No. 2 Song of the Decade (Billboard Best of 2000's Christian Songs) for Aaron Shust's My Savior, My God[3]
  • Six Top 10 AC singles for Aaron Shust[3]
  • Three BMI Publishing Most Performed Songs on Radio Awards[3][clarification needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dan Hannon". allmusic.com. 2010. Retrieved 2010-0-03.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ a b "Dan Hannon". discogs.com. 2010. Retrieved 2010-0-03.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ a b c d "Profile of Dan Hannon". grammy365.com. 2010. Retrieved 2010-0-03.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)