Singer-songwriter Dan Parsons sings of the triumphs and anxieties of the human experience. Playing solo or with his band, his rich baritone voice and deft guitar style never fail to enthral audiences of all ages, conjuring up a 1970’s West Coast landscape for the iPhone generation.
A multi-instrumentalist, Parsons plays drums, pedal steel, guitar and keys - one of the advantages of growing up an only child in rural Queensland with only a reel to reel 4-track to talk to or torment. These skills have also kept him busy balancing his solo career with stints playing for like-minded artists such as Marlon Williams, Tracy McNeil, Darling James and Kate Miller-Heidke.
Parson’s ability to connect as a performer has never been more apparent, his love of the paradoxical quality music has allowed him to sing to a room full of strangers as if each of them is the only human there.