Danielle Durack is a singer-songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. Since the release of her 2017 debut album ‘Bonnie Rose,’ Durack has risen to prominence in the Phoenix scene. She has graced the stage of renowned venues in the southwest area, such as the Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles and the Marquee Theater in Phoenix, as well as several festivals in the region. Her debut featured a collection of piano-driven pop songs with infectious hooks, drawing comparisons to artists like Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson. On her new album ‘Bashful,’ released in January of 2019, Durack expands her sound into the territory of indie-pop, with the standout singles ‘Something Good’ and ‘Hold My Heart.’




Bashful   Released January 11, 2019

Released January 11, 2019

Bonnie Rose    Released March 1, 2017

Bonnie Rose
Released March 1, 2017

A Year's Time   Released May 23, 2014

A Year's Time
Released May 23, 2014


Noteworthy Venues

Hotel Cafe
Marquee Theatre
The Nile Theatre
Crescent Ballroom
The Rebel Lounge
Valley Bar
Last Exit Live


Sidepony Express
Mesa Music Festival (2017 & 2018)
Prescott Valley Music Festival
Desert Frostover


The music here is simply divine with a sound that comes off as simple at first, but reveals depth and intricacy upon later listens and closer inspections. As much indie folk as it could be baroque pop, Danielle Durack is a relatively new talent that your ears really need to get to know.
— Mitchell Hillman, Phoenix New Times

Playlist Placements

Spotify - New Music Friday
Spotify - New Music Friday (UK)
Spotify - Folk & Friends
Spotify - Akustisk Vinter (Sweden)
Nike Women - NTC: Studio Sounds
Indie Folk Central - Best Indie Folk of 2018
Indie Folk Central - New Indie Folk 2019
Premiere League - Premiere League Music
Press Play OK - New Music Friday
All Things Go - Emerging
Daily Playlists - Chill Daily


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