(born 26 July 1980) is an English blues guitarist and
singer-songwriter. He was born and grew up in Royston, Hertfordshire,
England. At the age of 15, he began playing the guitar and became a
professional guitar player at the age of 18. Since then he has toured
all over the world and appeared on bills alongside a number of notable
artists such as Buddy Guy, Carlos Santana, Joe Cocker and Mick Taylor.
He formed Danny Bryant's RedEyeBand together with his father, Ken
Bryant, on bass guitar. In 2007 the band released a live CD on a new
label, Rounder Europe. The most recent album, 'Black and White', was
released in 2008 in Europe, containing the intoxicating song 'Love
Remains' and uptempo 'Last Goodbye'. They toured and recorded together
with drummer Trevor Barr until Ken's retirement in July 2013. Bryant
signed with the German based label, Jazzhaus Records, in 2011 and went
on the record his first live DVD/CD on 17 September 2011, titled Night
Life – Live in Holland. 2013 seen Bryant release his first studio album
for Jazzhaus Records titled 'Hurricane'. As of 2013 the title
'Redeyeband' was dropped, and the band are now billed as 'Danny Bryant'.
The release of 'Hurricane', highlighted Danny's singer-songwriter
abilities. 2014's Temperature Rising was preceded by a 5 week tour of
the USA & Canada fronting Walter Trout's band while Walter recovered
from liver transplant surgery. The Temperature Rising tour then took
the band across the UK & Europe and as far afield as China.
Bryant is endorsed by the British guitar brand Fret-King, designed by
Trev Wilkinson. He uses the Corona SP model. In 2013 Fret-King announced
the release of the Corona DBR, the Danny Bryant signature model.
Guitarist Magazine described the guitar as "A powerful and versatile
instrument that offers quality and bags of canny design upgrades for
extremely sensible money". Danny is also endorsed by Blackstar
Amplification, and Elixir Strings.