Since the age of eight, Daniel Hardin has been passionately playing the guitar, with roots in a diverse range of acoustic and electric blues and rock. Influenced by such artists as Joe Bonamassa, Gary Clark Jr., John Mayer and The Foo Fighters, he has brought a new musical perspective to songwriting, fusing tasteful melodies to irresistible grooves to form his unique spin on the blues and rock genre. All of this can be heard on his recently released self-titled debut album, with highlights including the hook-driven acoustic tune, “Old Day”, the driving rock opener, “Take Me Home”, and the soulful B.B. King tribute, “3 O’clock blues”. In addition, his newest single, “I’ll Be There”, shows a wildly different side of his musicality, combining groovy pop rhythms and catchy vocal harmonies to create a funky, reggae-influenced alt-rock track that stands out from the rest. Through his unique songwriting style and captivating guitar playing, Daniel Hardin is quickly becoming someone to look out for in the new rock and blues scene.