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Since 1999, Dan Brodie has captured audiences around the world, releasing a succession of albums (six in total) which have been nominated for numerous awards.
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Brodie was raised in a musical family, his father, a professional guitarist and singer taught Brodie the basic chords of guitar and piano and along with his brother Chris, they began making music together, playing as fast and loud as they could to whoever would listen, not letting their lack of experience get in the way of having a good time, and honing their skills of playing live to an audience.
In 2001, Brodie, with his band the Broken Arrows, signed to EMI Australia and Last Call Records in France and has worked with esteemed producers and engineers Oz Fritz (Tom Waits), John Wooler (Iggy Pop, John Lee Hooker) and Rick Will (Robbie Fulks, Mark Lanegan) and played with a diverse range of artists including The Strokes, Steve Earle, El Vez, Chris Bailey (Saints), Arthur Lee (Love), The White Stripes and Gillian Welsh. His musical talents have taken him to the U.S., U.K., France, Spain and New Zealand playing such iconic venues as CBGB in New York, The Continental in Austin, The Exit/In in Nashville and The Olympia in Paris.
Brodie's talents are recognised in his native Australia with two ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) Awards for his second album, Empty Arms, Broken Hearts as well as an unfaltering reputation as an incredible live performer with acclaimed appearances at festivals such as the Big Day Out, Byron Bay Bluesfest, Splendour in the Grass and the Binic Folks Blues festival in France, signing to French label Beast Records and completing a 20 date tour of Europe with his backing band the Grieving Widows in 2012.
Brodie completed work on his fifth "solo" LP, Deep Deep Love in 2012 before a diagnosis of Hodgkins Lymphoma and subsequent treatment of chemotherapy and radiotherapy sidelined him for a year, delaying the record but releasing the single and video, Tear us down.
Following a sold out show at the Northcote Social Club in Melbourne in early 2014 (exactly a year on from the original scheduled release date), Brodie was invited along with a star studded cast including Paul Kelly, Adalita and Gareth Liddiard, to take part in the "Living Legends Series" as part of the Leaps and Bounds Music Festival, honoring both Spencer P Jones and Charlie Owen on separate nights at the infamous Tote Hotel in Melbourne, Australia, and also recording the RUN YOURSELF RAGGED EP, releasing the single and filmclip, Booze to Blame.
BIG HEARTED LOVIN MAN - A Retrospective 1999-2014 was recorded in one night in January, 2015 at Salt Studios in Melbourne with acclaimed engineer, Glen Hewer. The album draws from Brodie’s early solo work, the twangin alt-country of the Broken Arrows through to his current incarnation in the Grieving Widows. “We set up a stool and a microphone on the Saturday afternoon and I proceeded to rummage through my back catalogue and recorded 20 songs straight to tape, allowing for two takes of each song, and choosing the best version - by the end of the night we had an album!”
With a 3 month solo European tour completed in 2015, taking in Copenhagen, France, Switzerland and Spain along with the Australian launch of his stunning 16 track Retrospective album, Brodie spent the remainder of the year performing solo shows around Melbourne.
2016 brought a host of festival appearances, a standout being at the Gumball festival in NSW, followed by an East Coast tour with James Thomson & The Strange Pilgrims, a farewell show in his hometown of Melbourne and another tour of Europe in September/October 2016, this time with a French rock n roll combo in tow, beginning with an invite to the Rock On Chatiilon Music Festival in Rennes, France and finishing up in Barcelona, Spain...
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