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"Dan Ferrari, a singer/songwriter from New York, proves that he is in a league of his own ...the lyrical prowess and refined songwriting skills are effusive, penetrating, and perfectly framed." So writes A.L. Harper of BlogCritics.org in her review of Dan's CD "Don't Let It Fall". Dan is also known as a finalist on the hit NBC TV series Star Tomorrow, where he and his band members played their hearts out in front of millions of viewers that summer of 2006. Fast forward to 2007 - Dan is picked by the Songwriters Hall of Fame to be featured in their New Writers Showcase in New York City. He would go on to win the 2007 Abe Olman Songwriting Scholarship Award from the Songwriters Hall Of Fame.
For Dan, the last year and a half has been full of activity. Dan has placed 9 songs with MTV Networks for use with their various shows - performed as the half-time entertainment at the New York Titians Lacrosse game in Trenton N.J to a crowd of over 8,000 - had his song "Never Not Want You" featured in the independent film "Play The Game" (Paul Campbell, Marla Sokoloff, Doris Roberts, Andy Griffith.) - asked by Brooke Primont VP of Creative at Cherry Lane Music Publishing (Black Eyed Peas, Toby Gad) to co-write with various co-writers at Cherry Lane Music. The summer of 2008 ends with Dan traveling to Los Angeles for writing and recording sessions with platinum recording engineer/producer Tone (Carlos Santana, Green Day.)