Canadian country artist Dani Strong has released her second album titled Undefined and it’s a good one! Dani is one hell of a songwriter and powerful vocalist. This album spotlights this perfectly.
Undefined is a collection of 13 songs that stand on their own. These songs showcase Dani’s songwriting, amazing tone, and incredible vocal ability. This album proves that she is a talented storyteller. This is made evident in the anthemic song “She Sings“.
It’s a great song with an even better message.
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This album also includes the song “Wild Summer” which has earned over 600,000 streams on Apple Music. This song was written about her first summer with now husband Grant Taylor. It brings a fresh, country-pop sound, and uniquely Canadian lyrics reminiscing of spending days on Ontario’s “Chicken Bay” beach on Lake Simcoe.
The song “Mrs. Jones (Evelyn)” won “Best Country Song” at the 2020 International Independent Music Awards in NYC. It’s an interesting song with a great message.
Dani calls both BC and Ontario home. She had worked hard for years to build a career in country music. She was close giving it up when an unusual circumstance changed everything. Her career was kicked into high gear after she found out one of her songs had been stolen by a stranger. This stranger sold and used her music to enter competitions all over Canada and the USA.
This bizarre circumstance has resulted in Dani having a promising career. She has become known as a powerful songwriter with a big personality, depth, and charm.
Listening to this album is a journey. Every time you listen to it, you catch new tidbits of the music to fall in love with. Be sure to stream this album on Apple Music and Spotify.
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In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.