Today, with over 15 years of experience behind the decks,
Danny Love is still making booties shake wherever he plays. He was there
from the very beginning, 6 years ago, as one of the original resident
DJ's of Club Rubber (along with DJ Beej). Since then Rubber has grown
into the USA's largest touring nightclub, selling out shows of up to 10,000
people in cities all around the Western United States. "Rubber," he says,
"has definitely been a big deal for me-because of the exposure through
Club Rubber, I have been given the opportunity to share the bill with
some amazing DJ's." Those DJ's include Donald Glaude, Keoki, Christopher
Lawrence, Dave Aude, and Thomas Michael to name a very few.
Although his DJ schedule regularly finds him "spreadin'
the Love" in cities such as San Diego(4th & B, Ole Madrid), Pheonix(Cat
Eye Lounge), Las Vegas(Utopia, RA, Baby's, C2K), San Francisco(Club Decibel)
and Los Angeles(Hollywood Palladium, Park Plaza, Atlas Supper Club, Opium
Den), he is forced to balance the travel with no less than 4 ongoing residencies
in the LA/Orange County area. Those residencies presently include Rubber,
Grand Royal, House of Blues, and his newest project, the Bristol Sessions.
Born out of his need to expand artistically, the Bristol
Sessions, which takes place at the all new Detroit Bar, has become Danny
Love's main outlet for the music he calls Future Funk--a blend of deep,
sexy house, trip-hop, and soul. It is here that he regularly invites some
of his personal favorite DJ's, such as Andy Caldwell(OM Records/Soulstice),
Julius Papp(Spundae, SF) and soon Marques Wyatt(Hula Groove) to share
their talents with the appreciative Friday night crowd.
After closing out 2001 with an amazing New Years Eve
gig at Las Vegas' sold out RA nightclub Danny Love is putting the finishing
touches on his latest mix-CD, and getting ready to "bring the Love" to
a dance floor near you. For booking and more info contact: