The loose, fluid, almost made up on a whim, medley of classic rock and pop tracks from the 70s, 80s and 90s showed just how versatile this band can be when they want to. It also served to paint the widest of grins on the faces of most of the people present.Read more
On ‘Fight Another Day’, “I heard somebody’s making some bootlegs out there. Just let Graeme [Bell] know and he’ll send you the artwork!”Read more
“Champion deals with the concept that we are what we eat, not just our physical health but our soul’s well-being,”Read more
Earlier this year, DAN REED NETWORK released their new album “Fight Another […]Read more
I’ve got a song called “99 Lashes” that’s about a really heavy subject about a woman from Iran that’s been sentenced to death for cheating on her husband and she got the standard sentence that women get when they’re accused of infidelity. They’re being whipped 99 times.Read more
‘Heaven’ dials it all down and presents a song that could be paired with Netflix to provide the ultimate chill..Read more
DAN REED NETWORK ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM “FIGHT ANOTHER DAY” & TOUR DATESRead more
Hard Rock Hell United – AOR Review; Saturday March 12, 2016. As quickly as it had started then the show was over yet again for another year, as bands and fans alike departed to their dull and cold caravans to reminisce and gather their thoughts on what was a most excellent weekend.Read more
“Fusion”, would be a good way to describe the show we’ve just witnessed. Crossing every genre imaginable, the band delivered music that can be enjoyed by fans of, well, pretty much anything.Read more
Our second chapter moves away from the band, the reunion and future albums (New album due out on Frontiers records in May 2016!) and begins to look at the more personal factors that impact Dan, his friends, his family and his country. More importantly, he is passionate about the world and its ongoing survival. To much for one man to take on you may think… that doesn’t stop him providing valuable insight into what we can all do to better ourselves and more importantly better the lives of others. Reed [sic] on…Read more
Dan Reed Network are back. Of that there is no doubt. A musical wilderness, that saw Dan Reed enter a Buddhist monastery, tear up all of his contacts in the music industry, live in India and Jerusalem before finding his musical muse again and slowly re-emerging into the light, is all forgotten now as the band enter their 3rd year since a ‘one-off’ show on NYE in Portland. The new lease of life, a son and a new album with Frontiers Records in the pipeline, means that Dan has, not surprisingly a lot to say right now. The first of our two part interview is below;Read more
With a new album about to be recorded through Frontiers, personnel changes with Blake Sakamoto leaving the band for personal reasons, a lot is going on in the world of DRN at the moment. The album will be their first new studio output in over 20 years and Rob Daiker is doing a fine job as Blake’s replacement. A long time friend and collaborator of Dan Reed’s appearing on much of his solo work, Rob is a natural fit in the band and has helped ensure the tour is going ahead as planned.
Support comes from Scotland’s ‘The King Lot’ (I see what they’ve done there…!) and Sweden’s ‘Electric Boys’.