Daniel Romano

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Daniel Tavis Romano (born 1985) is a Juno-nominated country musician and visual artist based out of Welland, Ontario, where he was born and raised.[1] He is primarily known as a solo artist, but he is also known for his membership in Attack in Black and also for his collaborations with Julie Doiron and Frederick Squire[2] He has also produced and performed with City & Colour.[3]

Romano is also a partner in his own independent record label, You've Changed Records, along with Steve Lambke, formerly of the Constantines.[4]

Some of his notable visual work includes designs for M. Ward, Ben Kweller, Ladyhawk and City & Colour.

Romano's 2011 album Sleep Beneath the Willow was a longlisted nominee for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize,[5] and his 2013 album Come Cry With Me was longlisted for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize.

Discography[edit]

  • Daniel, Fred & Julie (2009)
  • Workin' for the Music Man (2010)
  • Sleep Beneath the Willow (2011)
  • Come Cry With Me (2013)

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