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Dan Lynch / Bio

---Head over to: daniellynch.bandcamp.com for a free download of our latest EP

After given the chance to experience Dylan's "Desolation Row" at age fourteen, the path for Dan became quiet clear. Once he discovered Josh Ritter and then The Low Anthem, the path became straightforward. Tucked away within the heart of central New York, the Adirondacks as his backyard, he began crafting songs. Performing solo for a handful of years under various monikers, he thankfully met bassist Jameson Dunham and drummer Cameron Mitchell. They bonded over one particular band, Bright Eyes, who's music is one of their main influences. With Lynch's lyrics, the rhythm Cam and Jameson provide and the musicality of the three combining together makes for a blend of indie/folk rock few have laid ears upon, with hopes that many more do.

Out in the Finger Lakes during the winter of '10, the band recorded a their first EP, "Wasting Wine With War". After a successful completion of the EP Dan, Jameson and Cameron began to really 'click'. As New Years past, they started constructing and composing new tunes, songs, ditties, harmonies, odes and stories. The members of the band began to swap instruments and even try bringing out their expertise on other instruments like the banjo, mandolin, and lap steel. With spring fast approaching, studio time was signed out for tracking of their latest EP. "Remember Where You Came From" was digitally released in May 2011 for free, in hopes that anyone and everyone can have listen and enjoy the songs.

Dan Lynch along with the band are currently designing, devising and producing new songs for an upcoming full length. They will be performing throughout the summer.

General Info

Band Members
Dan Lynch, Jameson Dunham, Cameron Mitchell
Artist Name
Dan Lynch
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/danlynch
Active Since
11/10
Genres
Folk / Americana / Folk Rock / Indie

Contact Info

Location
Syracuse, NY
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