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Danielle Egnew

Living in Billings, Montana, multi-award winning Musical Artist, Producer, Actress and Director Danielle Egnew's name is synonymous with success.

Danielle first broke into the national spotlight while fronting / producing the all-female band Pope Jane. A voting member of the Recording Academy of Arts and Sciences (GRAMMYs), The Native American Music Association (NAMMYs), and the Lesbian and Gay Recording Academy (LARA), Danielle was named as one of the “Ten Most Powerful Lesbians in Music” by Curve Magazine, one of the "Top Female Producers" by Music Connection Magazine, and even "Psychic of the Year" by best-selling paranormal magazine UFO's and Supernatural (Dec. 2011- Jan 2012 Special Edition), sharing a cover with renowned Physicist Stephen Hawking and Syfy's Amanda Tapping ("Sanctuary" / "Stargate").

Chosen as “Most Likely To Turn You Into An Obsessed Fan” twice over by the editor of Curve Magazine," Danielle's duo project Backseat Bordello was double nominated at the 2011 OUTMusic Awards NY for BEST HUMANITARIAN SONG and BEST FOLK / COUNTRY SONG.

Her solo album "You've Got To Go Back The Way That You Came" won BEST COUNTRY RECORDING at the 2017 NAMMY Awards (Native American Music Awards). Her "Red Lodge" was nominated as BEST FOLK RECORDING at the 2008 NAMMY's.

Danielle was named a three-time nominee in the Los Angeles All Access Music Awards 2007 (Best Overall Songwriter, Best Female Rock Vocalist) while winning BEST FEMALE KEYBOARDIST, a repeat performance from the All Access Music Awards 2006 (nominated as Best Female Pop /Alternative Vocalist, and Best Overall Songwriter) while winning BEST POP/ALTERNATIVE FEMALE GUITARIST.

Danielle Egnew has co-owned a number independent record labels featuring fantastic regional artists. in 2004 she founded Danielle is not new to launching record labels, owning Ave Vox Music Group (1991-present) . Danielle helped found Maurice The Fish Records (2008-2018), located in Tacoma, WA, a boutique artist-friendly label on which she is not only an artist, but a CEO, next to owners Raymond Hayden. Danielle also co-founded Tin Star Records with Roy Pack (2011-2013), a record label focused in the wild outback of Sheridan, WY, with offices in Los Angeles, in which, Danielle acts CEO and Producer to up and coming and veteran talent scouted in the Rocky Mountain West. Legendary microphone company Shure, Inc. partnered with Tin Star Records to create the first-ever all-Shure recording studio, as per Danielle's specs, featuring Shure's studio KSM series.


On July 30th of 2010, Danielle produced and released an 11 song CD entitled, "End Times Diner", under the project name Backseat Bordello, the acoustic duo with Pope Jane's drummer, Kristen Coyner, who set the drums aside to pick up an acoustic guitar and have a turn at the mic to share the lead vocals. Danielle also produced Pope Jane bassist Holly Shawver's solo rock project, Wayne's Waitress (The Holly Shawver Project / Hot Momma Records) released November of 2010, where Danielle can be found throughout the album on backing vocals, vocal arranging, and rhythm guitar tracks.

With a reputation for prolific turn-around in music production, 2010 brought Danielle an invitation to write with Merle Haggard co-writer John Scott G., whose song "Bad Actor" debuted at number 18 on the Country Charts. Currently, Danielle is recording, arranging and producing several country songs for Golosio Publishing, the company in which John Scott G. is a principle.

As a composer and actor, both Danielle’s pop and orchestral works appear in several TV and film projects, including the feature-length paranormal documentary Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting (Ave Vox Entertainment 2010), in which she directed, produced, and starred, as well as feature film Changing Spots (Clear Pictures 2008) in which she also stars as disenfranchised former rock star “Peg Franklin”. As a film composer, Danielle scored Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting, Changing Spots, as well as the 2010 Cannes Film Festival comedy Tough Love.

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