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Dan Croll at The Art Bar in Oxford

Doors Open Saturday 11 October 2014 at 7:30 PM
Starts Saturday 11 October 2014 at 8:00 PM

This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.

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EVENT INFORMATION


Communion and Transmission Music Group Presents...Dan Croll

Dan Croll is a fabulous new solo artist with enough facets for a whole band. He's the electro boy with links to the folk scene (Communion Records discovered him and included one of his tracks on their recent New Faces compilation), a multi-instrumentalist whose songwriting prowess has impressed everyone from former Beatles to legends in the world of fashion and design. He started 2012 with one of his demos (Marion) as a Q Essential Download and another (Home) picked up by Steve Lamacq on 6 Music and ended it with his debut single From Nowhere being hammered by Radio 1.

Half troubadour, half techno whiz, Dan is a latterday Beck, and the missing link between Jake Bugg and Joe Mount. No wonder he's becoming the prime mover of the city's first movement of note since the heady days of The Coral and The Zutons, one that also includes the critically lauded Stealing Sheep, Outfit, Kankouran, Jethro Fox, The Staves, Eye Emma Jedi, Mikhael Paskalev, Vasco Da Gama, Ninetails, Neon Lights and many others, bands and singers with ambitions to break out nationally.

Having recently inked a global deal with Universal Music, who are releasing him through Capitol Records in the US and Deram Records in the UK, Dan Croll’s music has already found its way onto The Grand Theft Auto 5 and FIFA 2014 soundtracks, has featured on a Dreamworks animated advert and taken over the internet, airwaves and venues around the world. You don’t have to wonder to know that 2014 could be Dan Croll’s year.

www.dancroll.com