Danny Howard

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Danny Howard (born 14 July 1987[1]) is a British dance music DJ, producer, and radio presenter, best known for presenting BBC Radio 1's Dance Anthems with Danny Howard[2]

Howard attended Edge Hill University, where he studied sport and exercise science. During his time at Edge Hill, Howard had a residency at the UK's biggest nightclub, "The Syndicate", in Blackpool. After his time at university, Howard had a brief stint of playing for Ministry of Sound in Egypt for three months.

BBC Radio 1[edit]

In August 2011, after competing against five others in a series of challenges, Howard won the BBC Radio 1 Superstar DJ.[3]

In April 2012 Howard was offered his own Saturday show on BBC Radio 1: "Dance Anthems with Danny Howard."[4]

In 2017, Howard was nominated at the Electronic Music Awards for Radio Show of the Year for BBC's Radio 1 Dance Anthems.

Music and DJing[edit]

On 2 April 2012 Howard released his first single ’Twenty Nine’, on the house music label Spinnin' Records.[5]

In the summer of 2012 Howard played at San Antonio for Judgement Sundays hosted by Judge Jules, playing at both the opening and closing parties.[6] He also played many dates at the BCM club in Magaluf, Mallorca, in June and July.

On 30 June 2012 Howard closed the Xstatic summer festival. In 2012 he played at the Coloursfest in Scotland.[7]

In early January 2013 Howard released his single ‘Apex’ on Spinnin’ Records and also featured in his first music video.[8]

In February 2013 Howard released his debut album, ‘Clubbers Guide 2013’, from Ministry Of Sound.[9]

In mid October 2013, Howard released his latest single, ‘Spire’ on Spinnin' Records. In October 2013, along with Futuristic Polar Bears, he released "Thundergod" on Carrillo Music.[10]

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