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The Spotlight Show Presents Ane Evening With Danny Boy (From Death Row)

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Danny Boy Stewart a.k.a Danny Boy, knows pain. In the space of ten years he went from being a promising pubescent vocalist from the west side of Chicago, to a man who’d seen the heights of industry success on the grandest stage available. Signed to Death Row Records in 1994, Danny debuted his soulful vocals on the Murder Was The Case Soundtrack with the R&B charter “Come When I Call.”

A victim to circumstance perhaps, Danny benefited from the privileges that came with being a key component on the most powerful Hip Hop label in the industry and subsequently absorbed the shock of watching it crumble, but not before making a name for himself in the game. When Danny’s vocals appeared on the hit “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” on Tupac’s multi-platinum selling album All Eyez on Me in 1996 his voice resonated in the hearts and souls of fans worldwide. Danny also appeared on hits such as “Toss It Up”, What’z Ya Phone #”, “Picture Me Rollin’” and “Heaven Ain’t Hard 2 Find”, “It’s Over Now”, & “I Can’t Get Enough” from the Gridlock’d soundtrack. During his time on Death Row Danny recorded 4-5 albums worth of music but nothing was ever released. Until now! On his first solo album with Death Row entitled “It’s About Time…” fans will finally be given the music they have long awaited for.

Danny Boy toured with Norman Connors in 2009 and Norman boasts “He is my ace in the hole at my live shows. He’s like a young Peabo Bryson and Donny Hathaway all in one.” Danny Boy appears on the album with a track entitled “You Take My Breath Away”, a song on which Danny shows off his dexterous tenor voice. Most recently Danny Boy was featured on Death Row’s 2009 sampler with a track entitled “Do What You Do”. He also appeared on Death Row’s Ultimate Collection box set with the tracks “Rock, Roll & Bounce”, “So In Love”, & “Caught Up In The Game”. Everything Danny has done up until now have been preparing him for this very moment…..”It’s About Time…”!

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