With his craft of refreshing melodies and sing-along lyrics, Daniel B. Marshall’s music welcomes you to dance in the sunshine, to repair your broken heart, and to lift your head up. Listeners can easily find themselves in his songs of everyday love, summertime fun, self-inflicted heartbreak, and tough tim es. Daniel's music combines the transparency and simplicity of great folk lyrics with his own blend of modern country songwriting with a sense of style from rock. From his summer anthems to heartbreak confessions, his positive outlook throughout all of life's stages is contagious. While holding true to his musical roots, Daniel B. manages to create a universal, accessible sound for his simple goal of being a "songbird for everyone." After playing at events around the nation in college under the moniker “The Daniel B. Marshall Band,” he landed a high-profile gig playing guitar for Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. After a national press and world tour, he traveled playing guitar alongside young country sensation Lyric Street Records star Ashley Gearing in support of her first radio tour across America.  Daniel B. has shared the stage with some of today's hottest and brightest stars, performing on the same bill as Phil Vassar, Gwen Stefani, Norah Jones, Kid Rock, Slightly Stoopid, Celine Dion, LeAnn Rimes, Tonic, Sister Hazel, Jeffrey Steel, Andy Grammer, Pat Green and many others. In addition, he has paved the way around the southeast as an artist in his own right, all the while finding the time to produce records for country singer Becca Rae  and Tampa musician Keko  as well as his own. The music that he has created through the years has a certain multi-genre quality to it that's hard to label at times. Daniel had a wide-array of musical influences from his dad listening to Merle Haggard and George Strait to his mother's passion for folk records like James Taylor and Bob Dylan. Daniel learned to find the link between all these wonderful styles: thoughtful lyrics and melody coupled with fantastic musicianship, and he tries to blend all the soulful elements from each style and make something new.  He hopes to share in the tradition of making songs that people will work into their life’s soundtrack during the good and bad times "just like I did with my favorite tunes when I was growing up."