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Welland, Ontario, Canada
Daniel Tavis Romano (born 1985) is a Canadian Juno-nominated musician, poet and visual artist based out of Welland, Ontario, where he was born and raised. 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 He has also produced and performed with City and Colour.
Some of his notable visual work includes designs for M. Ward, Ben Kweller, Ladyhawk and City and Colour. A skilled leather craftsman, he has designed and tooled guitar straps for many of his contemporaries (Kathleen Edwards, Bahamas, Travis Good of the Sadies).
On January 4, 2018, Romano released two simultaneous surprise albums, Human Touch and Nerveless.
- Daniel, Fred & Julie (2009)
- Songs for Misha (EP) (2009)
- Workin' for the Music Man (2010)
- Sleep Beneath the Willow (2011)
- Come Cry With Me (2013)
- If I've Only One Time Askin' (2015)
- Mosey (2016)
- Ancient Shapes (2016)
- Modern Pressure (2017)
- Human Touch (2018)
- Nerveless (2018)
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- "Daniel Romano Surprise Releases 'Nerveless' and 'Human Touch' Albums". Exclaim!, January 4, 2017.
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