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|Birth name||Daniel Jeremy Hannon|
|Born||July 28, 1973|
|Genres||rock, contemporary Christian, country, pop|
|Instrument(s)||electric guitar, keyboard, acoustic guitar, Drums|
|Labels||Columbia, Sony Music, Eldest Only, Brash, Favorite Gentleman, Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic|
Dan Hannon is an American record producer, audio engineer, mixer, songwriter, and musician best known for his work with the Band Manchester Orchestra. His works have been streamed over one billion times, and he has produced, co-produced, co-written, and/or performed on albums that have sold over 4.5 million copies. His current Billboard chart success includes two number-one albums, three number-one songs, 13 top ten albums, 15 top 20 albums, three top ten rock albums, and four top ten alternative albums.
In 2007 Manchester Orchestra released their debut album, I'm Like A Virgin Losing A Child, which Hannon produced. In 2008, he was enlisted to co-produce their second release, Mean Everything To Nothing, with Joe Chiccarelli, resulting in the top 10 rock hit "I've Got Friends". Along with the band he produced the Simple Math album, which was released on May 10, 2011. He subsequently produced their follow-up album Cope, which was released on April 1, 2014. Hannon has played an instrumental role in virtually every commercial recording released by the band and he continues to be a frequent collaborator with frontman Andy Hull
Hannon produced, recorded, mixed, and co-wrote "Anything Worth Saying" by Aaron Shust, which became the number one Christian record in 2006 and was nominated for six Dove Awards, winning three at the 38th GMA Dove Awards. The song "My Savior My God" is Billboard's number two Christian/Gospel song of the decade of the 2000s. Hannon was nominated for a Dove Award for 'Pop Contemporary Album' of the year in 2007 for Shust's second release, Whispered and Shouted.
P = Producer • M = Mixer • E = Engineer • I = Instrumentalist • W = Writer • AP = Additional Production
|Learnin' How To Walk Again||Gary Nichols||2023||P/E/I|
|A Casual Introduction Is Hard To Come By||Okay Kenedi||2023||P/W/I/M|
|Valley Of Vision||Manchester Orchestra||2021||AP|
|Million Masks Of God||Manchester Orchestra||2021||AP|
|Wilted||Paris Jackson||2020||AP/E/I||Universal Republic|
|Work From Home||Various Artists||2020||P|
|Tiny Changes: A Celebration of Frightened Rabbit's The Midnight Organ Fight||Various Artists||2019||M||Atlantic Records|
|Beautiful Oblivion||Issues||2019||E||Rise Records|
|A Black Mile To The Surface||Manchester Orchestra||2016||AP||Universal|
|Swiss Army Man [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]||Andy Hull/Robert McDowell||2016||M|
|Climbing Season||Climbing Season||2015||P/E/I|
|King of This Town||Ricky Gunn||2014||P/E/I/W||New Canvas Entertainment|
|Time To Get Right||Jessta James||2013||P/E/I/W||New Canvas Entertainment|
|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 2||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|
|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|
Awards and acknowledgments
- No. 1 Song of the Year for 2006 on R&R and CRW[clarification needed] charts for Aaron Shust's "My Savior, My God"
- No. 2 Song of the Decade (Billboard Best of 2000's Christian Songs) for Aaron Shust's "My Savior, My God"
- Six Top 10 AC[clarification needed] singles for Aaron Shust
- Three BMI Publishing Most Performed Songs on Radio Awards[clarification needed]
- "Mediabase Airplay Charts (Alternative, Active Rock, Mainstream Rock) 8/3/09 | The Audio Perv". Theaudioperv.com. Retrieved September 3, 2020.
- "Dan Hannon". AllMusic. 2010. Retrieved September 4, 2017.
- "Dan Hannon profile". Discogs.com. 2010. Retrieved September 4, 2017.
- "Profile of Dan Hannon". Grammy365.com. 2010. Archived from the original on January 24, 2013.