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Danny began DJ'ing professionally in 1971, after another neighbour/friend of Danny’s (Vice President of Polydor Records) introduced him to one of his all time favorite artists - none other than the legendary James Brown, who gave Danny white-label advance promo copies of his “Get On The Good Foot” and “Think” by Lynn Collins.

Danny’s list of DJ residencies steadily grew throughout the 70s (The Ninth Circle and the Ones) and in 1979, after Djing at the opening of the Roxy; he became their main resident DJ for the next 4 years. In the early 80s the Roxy was the home of some of the best Hip hop DJs of the day like “D.S.T”, GrandMaster Flash and Africa Bambaata. Throughout the 80s he very often played 6 - 7 nights a week, the list of clubs he played at exploded and included places like Area, Dancateria, The Ice Palace, Laces, The Limelite, Red Zone, Save The Robots, Studio 54 (Virgin Islands), Tracks, The Tunnel, The World, and many, many others. Even a guest spot at the legendary Paradise Garage.

The 80s’ saw the beginning of Danny’s studio work. He worked on tracks featuring legends such as, James Brown - “Soul Power”, “Give it up and Turn it loose”, “Funky Drummer” (reputed to be the most sampled song in history!), Ecstasy, Passion & Pain - “Touch and Go”, Brenda and the Tabulations - “Let’s Go All the Way”, Gloria Gaynor - “Casanova Brown”, and what is probably the most quintessential version of MFSB’s classic - "Love Is The Message".

Moving into the 90s, Danny commanded legendary status amongst young and old as well as continuing to forge new paths in dance music into the millennium. He inherited the Ninth Circle from his father and continued to DJ at NY clubs such as Mars, Tracks, The Choice, Palladium, Shelter, Sound Factory Bar, Twilo, The Warehouse, & even The Loft.

At its inception in 1996, Danny joined Francois K and Joe Claussell to form the Body and Soul team, at club Vinyl in NYC and regularly played every Sunday for its entire run, while also regularly Djing in various clubs in New York & Japan & everywhere in-between.

Danny’s talents and reputation have grown immensely and continues to do so, with demand for his DJing & editing work reaching new heights & exploding worldwide from North & South America to Europe & Japan, with his Producer/Editor/Mixer credits included on well over 1,000 tracks. He's one of a handful of people who can honestly say they've consistently DJ’d in all the hottest clubs in NY & around the world for the past 50 years!