“I know it’s hard to compare anybody to this superstar’s voice, but Danni has a Carrie Underwood feel, it’s really powerful”
– St. Pierre, WPOC 93.1
The past few years have been a whirlwind of hard work, hustle and accomplishment for Danni Rosner. As a TV Show Host for PBS's music video program Strictly Global on MHz Networks, producer of her own music videos that have aired on national television, a solo artist supporting Grammy Award winners Leeann Rimes, Marc Cohn and Top 40's Matt Nathanson - with her own original songs featured on A&E, ABC & HBO - Danni has been hard at work. Originally from Chantilly, Virginia, Danni and her family moved to Tokyo, Japan when she entered the 5th grade, and spent her formative years overseas and abroad. The family returned to Virginia when she was in High School and Danni went on to Virginia Tech for college and graduated with a Bachelors degree in English and Musical Analysis. With a passion for performing, in 2009 Danni completed perhaps one of her most entertaining accomplishments, winning the legendary NYC Amateur Night at the Apollo with a rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Chain of Fools”. A girl that once going, never stops, Danni has been featured several times at the Sunset Sessions Radio Film & TV Showcase and has performed live on a myriad of NBC, FOX & WUSA morning news and talk programs. Her songs have been featured in film and tv with notable placements on A&E's TEACH: Tony Danza, ABC's General Hospital, and the indie film The Umbrealla Man. In 2013, her single, “Didn’t Mean it That Way,” debuted at #6 on the iTunes POP ‘Hot Tracks’ and quickly followed with notable placements on iTunes New & Noteworthy Country and iTunes Rising Stars of Country.
In 2014, Danni founded the female trio Honey County, a pop-country trio. The band started off at a clip and garnered success with a placement on the season finale of HBO's True Blood in 2014 and was quickly chosen as semi-finalists on VH1's "Make A Band Famous." Following the release of the Honey County EP in June of 2015, the single '99 Bottles' was picked as a semi-finalist in a contest advertised on CMT to open for country star Brett Eldredge and placed second in Go Country 105's 34th annual Country Showdown. Honey County has had radio airplay on Los Angeles fan favorite radio station, KCRW as well as iheartradio's WPOC 93.1.