DANIELLE PROU was born in New South Wales, Australia, to an American father and a Cambodian refugee mother who had survived the killing fields, but she now calls Los Angeles home. She tackled both piano and guitar before the age of ten. And added ukulele at 13, Most of all. Danielle loves to sing. The artist’s precocious talent has already garnered the attention of a few music business heavyweights, including Andrew Lane (High School Musical), Douglas James (Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon), and multi-Grammy nominated producer/composer Brody Brown (Bruno Mars. CeeLo Green. B.o.B.), who produced her new 5-song EP “Heart,” which was released in May 2015. Danielle wrote or co-wrote 7 of the original songs across her first album “Songs About Stuff (released in 2013) and the new EP. Danielle is also the official spokeswoman for Lion’s Heart, a social impact organization that supports teens doing service projects in their communities. She wrote the song for Lion’s Heart as well, which is released as a single and will be part of Danielle’s first live studio album “Plastic Candles.” A performer with a mission much deeper than merely attracting public attention and being admired, she clearly intends to use her platform for the good of society, which is quite a lofty goal for someone who just turned 16. Danielle performs a range of sets, from solo acoustic on guitar and piano to full on rock supported by the classic rock band The House on Cliff.
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