"Her exuberant vocals really brought a great energy and sparkle to the song Baciami Piccina"
Take a step back in time as the gorgeous songstress Dani Milano tastefully blends sultry vocals and a captivating swing feel in a unique performance.
Originally from Italy, Dani is a London based singer performing classics from the Great American Songbook and the Italian tradition together with uptempo electro-swing originals.
The single "Get Up" by Honky Crew released by ElectroSwingThing Label based in Berlin, is Dani's debut as a vocalist on the electro swing scene; followed by "Hey Sister" a collaboration with Manchester based DJ and Producer Emma Clair for the Swing Sisters project - a collection of feel good Electro Swing music, written and produced by a whole host of incredibly talented female artists.
which led her to sing as a guest vocalist at the album launch party concert at the iconic 100 Club in London.
2022 brings Dani back to the studio to record a four tracks live demo arranged by trumpet player and composer Duncan Fraser. The project is called "Take me Home" including a mix of original songs, jazz/soul and re-arranged italian classics from 1940's, 50's and 60’s. The live set is charged of nostalgic jazz arrangements, together with songs of freedom and tales of self-discovery, romance and redemption, showcasing various musical influences, conferring an appealing fullness and warmth to the overall sound.
A spanking new artist who will seduce and amuse you!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Vocals Dani Milano - Arrangements and Trumpet Duncan Fraser - Tenor sax and clarinet Wesly Frankel
Trombone Sam Sankey - Drums James Hulme - Double Bass Michael Swearl - Piano and organ Benjamin Croft
Recording and sound engineering Simone Gallizio - Fish Factory Studios London U.K.
Mixing and Mastering Itay Kashti - Blue Room Studios
The Groove Keepers
New Live Music Project!
A seven piece vintage-influenced band led by singer and songwriter Dani Milano, playing a mix of original songs, jazz/soul and re-arranged italian classics from the 60’s.
The band’s debut project is called “Take me Home”, a charged set of nostalgic jazz arrangements, together with songs of freedom and tales of self-discovery, romance and redemption.
The project arranged by Duncan Fraser showcases various musical influences, conferring an appealing fullness and warmth to the overall sound.
“Where do they go, the smoke rings I blow each night?”
Smoke Rings live, as ephemeral desires suggesting dreams to wondering eyes and inquisitive minds. They unveil imperceptible frames and sequences between the past and the present, family and friends, lovers and foes.
Song by Ned Washington and Gene Gifford
CREW: Producer - Greta Blauduma, Director - Robbie Gibbon DOP, Benjamin Gale - Camera Operator and Lawrence Axe
Make Up Artist - Sonya Park Howie, Millinery Artist - Madame Cozier
CAST: Mutesa Sithole, Pete Saunders, Lucy Mosshart Edmonds, Justin Durham, Joaco Showman, Victoria Skillen, Eliza Smith, Nick Webster
RECORDING MUSICIANS: Dani - vocals, Luke Fowler - double bass, Maurizio Minardi - accordion
Featuring on Ray Gelato's new album "Lockdown but not out"
Live piano teaser of the song "Get Up".
Ben Croft on keys
Why don't you do right
Performing live with the Jazz Colossus Big Band a Peggy Lee Classic.
Electro Swing collaboration with Emma Clair for the Swing Sisters Project VOL.1