I was born in Kentucky and grew up on a farm where we had no indoor plumbing but lots of tobacco and cows. It was a great way to grow up, but I hungered for something more. I went off to college, majored in theatre and pursued a career acting in regional theatre, off-off Broadway theatre and independent film. After living for forty years in New Jersey, I found myself returning to my roots and writing songs influenced by much of the music I heard as a kid. The songs are a little country, a little folk, but really hard to place in any one category. I've been married for forty years (to the same woman...!), I'm a damn good cook, and I like long walks on the beach.

My Sweet Evangeline
This is a song about regret, not so much for what we've done but what we didn't do



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana

My Sweet Evangeline
This is a song about regret, not so much for what we've done but what we didn't do



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Desperation
This song bemoans the socio-political state of things in the US



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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It's Over Now




Country
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Cheap Whiskey Blues




Blues
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Is Loving Me So Hard To Do?




Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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In My Dreams
Sometimes dreams are better than reality...



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Rear View Mirror
Gotta let go of those dysfunctional relationships...



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Bitter Winds
This is a song about emerging from a place of numbing loneliness to find love.



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Remind Me
just an old-fashioned love song...



Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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Feel Your Sunshine




Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana
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A Little Bit Johnny Cash

Gabrielle Azi A review of "Desperation" by Dan Browning
Written April 3rd, 2017, 7:57 pm by
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A little bit Johnny Cash, a little bit Bob Dylan makes for good music when it comes to “Desperation” and that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to describing the music of Dan Browning. “Desperation” is the type of music that isn't often heard nowadays when it comes to the topic. There is no love, riches or even a silver lining when it comes to the theme and lyrics presented by Browning. An emotive song, Browning at times speaks in first person, taking on a character who is going through struggles and is at the point of being desperate such as the talented college student who has found themselves working at Starbucks if only for the benefits. Unfortunately, they will be working to the end of days just to pay off their college loans. While some might see the song as nothing but doom and gloom you can still appreciate The Beatles meets The Eagles sound with crisp acoustic guitars and Browning's strong vocals.
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