DANIELLE MORGAN – Shy (single)


Label: Fatdan Productions
Release Date: July 7, 2017

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It’s not every day a police officer becomes a Rock Star then it’s not every day that said Rock star gets to headline the biggest festival in Dubai’s calendar in front of a crowd of 10,000 people for four consecutive years but that is exactly what AOR songstress Danielle Morgan has achieved during a 10 year stint in Dubai. Morgan is now back in the UK to push her musical ambitious ever onward.

Honing her skills at the prestigious Brit School in London as a youngster and cutting her debut EP at the fabled Abbey Road studios have clearly paid dividends on the release of her new single Shy, a bright, shining slab of glossy AOR with powerful, smooth vocals that paradoxically pack a punch yet gently caress while delivered with consummate ease. With a voice can brings to mind a hint of Jamie Kyle and Chrissy Steele and a dash of Vixen’s Janet Gardener she has the voice to match the songs

Backed up by No Trace of You Danielle Morgan shows a mature approach to her song writing that promises great things for her forthcoming debut album. Watch this space.


  • Mick Burgess

    Mick is a reviewer and photographer here at Metal Express Radio, based in the North-East of England. He first fell in love with music after hearing Jeff Wayne's spectacular The War of the Worlds in the cold winter of 1978. Then in the summer of '79 he discovered a copy of Kiss Alive II amongst his sister’s record collection, which literally blew him away! He then quickly found Van Halen I and Rainbow's Down To Earth, and he was well on the way to being rescued from Top 40 radio hell!   Over the ensuing years, he's enjoyed the Classic Rock music of Rush, Blue Oyster Cult, and Deep Purple; the AOR of Journey and Foreigner; the Pomp of Styx and Kansas; the Progressive Metal of Dream Theater, Queensrÿche, and Symphony X; the Goth Metal of Nightwish, Within Temptation, and Epica, and a whole host of other great bands that are too numerous to mention. When he's not listening to music, he watches Sunderland lose more football (soccer) matches than they win, and occasionally, if he has to, he goes to work as a property lawyer.

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