The New Danny & The Champs Record, It's Out Today!

Monday, 16th September 2013

Yes, the absolutely fantastic and totally addictive new album from Danny & The Champions Of The World is out today. If you haven't already, make sure you pick up a copy of the CD or LP from the Loose shop, where we'll be able to include a free signed postcard, with an exclusive bonus track with your order. People really have been saying some very nice things about it :-DATCOTW Stay True"a gold standard album for UK Americana" ★★★★ Q Magazine"ragged but righteous country soul" - Uncut"a band that seem to be getting better and better and more soulful with each release"Gideon Coe (BBC Radio 2 / 6 Music)"An instant classic"Ralph McLean (BBC Radio Ulster)"Probably the best thing Danny has ever done" - Jim Meredith (BBC Radio Ulster)"with Stay True Danny and his wonderful band have fused blues, country and even gospel to provide a truly magnificent album" 10/10 - AmericanaUK"sounds as if it was made in Stax Studios by a collective of Nashville’s finest Country musicians" "This is Danny and the Champions fourth album and unquestionably their finest in a long lineage that dates back to Grand Drive’s debut in 1997" - No Depression"a mini-masterpiece of UK Americana" 9/10 - Shout4Music"Album of the year? Too early to say. Contender? Definitely."FATEA Magazine"Straight into top spot for my album of the year" - Beat Surrender"an excellent album, a fine collection of eleven songs that tell stories and evoke deep feelings while also proving very entertaining." - Glasswerk"'Stay True' is a ten-out-of-ten album. It is masterful in form and pitch-perfect in execution. Giving it a spin is like a long-awaited homecoming for anyone raised on country-western, Motown soul, and classic folk-rock, and I implore you to check it out" - Ann Arbor ReviewDanny & The Champions Of the World UK/Irish tour starts on the 24th September. Click here for details.

“there’s always been a sense of a tasteful restraint to the studio albums but unleashed on stage with their raspy vocals and heartland rock and soul, they’re like a power station on steroids.”


“This is a proper old school live album, makes you want to go to a gig”


“songs like This Is Not a Love Song and and Stay True which come at you one after the other; are destined to make ‘new fans’ wonder why these kids aren’t topping the bill at Glastonbury with their magic formula and bittersweet songs.”