Bio

To call Dan McGuinness a singer is an understatement.

Dan’s voice harkens a listener’s memory back to a time when Blue Eyed Soul ruled the radio. Full and powerful, Dan’s voice can go from edgy and rough to soft and delicate in an instant. His incredible range and perfect pitch are complimented by his expert technique and his soft touch.

In constant demand as a singer, songwriter, performer and radio broadcaster, Dan was no longer Chicago’s best kept secret before relocating to the Black Hills area. As a fan of CCR, Dan started listening to every album and bootleg he could get his hands on. His interpretation and delivery of the songs are right on the mark and he consistently wows audiences with his live performances.

In January of 2016 McGuinness joined bassist Stu Cook & drummer Doug “Cosmo” Clifford’s legendary touring group, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, on rhythm guitar and lead vocals. Cook & Clifford are the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame rhythm section and co-founding members of Creedence Clearwater Revival. McGuinness replaces former frontman Johnny “Bulldog” Tristao, following his retirement after 21 years at the helm. The band is currently on-tour in 2017.

Dan is a two-time recipient of Chicagoland’s “Suburban NiteLife’s Best of the Burbs ‘BEST ACOUSTIC SOLO PERFORMER’ award” for 2007 & 2010.

Currently working on his third studio release of original music, collections Blue Diamond Revival, (2004), and Listen To The Night, (2012), are both available on iTunes! (by clicking HERE)

In addition to his original music, Dan keeps busy as an actor and a voice-over artist on various freelance, small film, radio and commercial projects and has been heard as an on-air personality with Eagle Country Radio (95.9/96.3FM & MyEagleCountry.com) in the Black Hills region.

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Whatever the song, old or new, Dan McGuinness’ voice takes you by the hand and leads you to the core of the musical journey.

Header photo by Jennifer Janviere (Milwaukee, WI)

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Albuquerque, NM, 2/16. (Route 66 Casino) Courtesy of Steve Snowden, Getty Images.