About Dana Simone
Singer/songwriter Dana Simone, a 25-year-old soprano from New York, discovered her voice at quite a young age and has been delighting the public with her musical talent ever since. Apart from writing her own songs, containing diverse themes including hope, love, loss, intrigue, and regret, Dana is equally adept at singing covers. Exhibiting an immense passion for her craft, she has sung in the chorus of her high school as well as that of the local Girl Scouts (with whom she sang the National Anthem at Citi Field), and has performed at benefits, dinners, charities, children events – and even shopping malls. Her musical talents include playing the guitar and piano.
An active member of SAG-AFTRA, Dana has additionally performed as a background actor in a variety of films and TV shows, as well as performed on the local stage, including a lead role in 2012 as Gertrude McFuzz in the Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty musical Seussical, as well as in productions of The King and I and Gypsy.
In 2011, Dana was the proud New York State winner of the annual National PTA Reflections contest for her musical composition Together We Can, and in July 2013 she took part in the IDA program (Inspire and Develop Artists) in Miami, Florida whose roster of mentors included renowned musicians Mark Hudson, Jon Secada, Rudy Perez, and David Frangioni. As a program participant, Dana co-wrote and recorded the song “Holding On”; thereafter distributed to and currently available as a single on iTunes.
In 2017, Dana entered the renowned Cove City Sound Studios in Glen Cove, NY, and working with producers Eren Cannata, Richie Cannata, and Marvin Welkowitz, recorded a new version of her original composition “That’s What It Means,” co-written with guitarist Greg LaMastro. The single is available on iTunes, CDBaby, Spotify, Amazon, and many other online stores.
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Production Management & Publicity: Kahn-Welkowitz Music Management Co.