Go Behind the Music
Released March 15th, 2017.
Written by Daniel Johnson, Tyson Thaxton, Sam Grayson
A sexy blues songs, driven by a brass section including trumpet, and saxophone.
This was the first song Johnson wrote, after moving to Nashville.
Released August 26, 2016
Written by Daniel Johnson, Ray Fulcher, and Dennis Pickens, prior to moving to Nashville in 2015.
Recorded at the Rukkus Room Studios under Jamie Tate, then released as the first single after moving to Music City.
Released July 22, 2016. Featuring a collection of pre-released singles from the year 2015. Including the 2015 summer hit "Lake Life"
- Roads I Used To Run - . The piano driven "Roads" offers listeners a trip down memory lane as Johnson paints the picture of a dirt road from his past, that has been paved over, but the memories never fade.
- Lake Life - Growing up in East Georgia off of the banks of Clark Hill Lake aka Strom Thurmond Lake. Daniel delivers a summer anthem about cutting loose on the water "All about that lake life"
- Here We Go - After years of playing dive bars and honkey tonks Daniel along with fellow songwriter Randy Fields crafted "Here We Go" a country rock tribute anthem to the Good Ole Boys in Swainsboro, GA that would come out and "Raise Hell" at the local watering hole in Midtown known as Coleman Lake.
Daniel Johnson Band - Dry County Nights EP - the 2012 project that started everything. The 6 song EP had roots in country, southern rock, and alternative rock. Recorded at the famous Sonica Studios in Atlanta, Georiga under John Briglevich. "We had been playing the bar scene down in South Georgia for a few years, and we decided to put out a CD. I had been writing songs for awhile, but wanted to suprise everyone with new material. That winter me and our promoter/ road manager Randy Fields co-wrote four songs that we would then go into the studio in Feburary and record. I took the four songs we wrote that winter and added two songs I wrote by myself and that was the Dry County Nights EP." - Daniel Johnson
Alabama Girl - Johnson, Fields
Bourbon - Johnson, Fields
Let It Go - Johnson
Rollin - Johnson, Fields
Runaway - Johnson
One Foot Out The Door - Johnson, Fields