For a DJ who only started playing clubs and venues 5 years ago Danny Howard’s rise to success has been almost as fast as his heroes of the dance scene
Hailing for the North West of England at the UKs premier entertainment resort Blackpool, Danny has already established himself as a real genuine next level DJ in a very short space of time.
Throughout his DJ career Danny has already had great success playing at various venues across the UK and internationally gaining residencies at Ministry Of Sound as well as the UKs biggest Super club ‘The Syndicate’ in Blackpool.
In his own words Danny describes his style as ‘Sexy house’ but because of his love for electronic music, he never likes to typecast himself into a single style or genre… ‘If it sounds good, I’ll play it’! ‘I hate that certain DJ’s swear by a single niche genre and act as though all other music isn’t worth listening to’
Danny’s DJ sets are very much based on being adaptable, using influences from every genre from every era and giving the crowd in front of him a performance!
Blackpool born, Danny has played at some of the North West’s top nightclubs as well as at various venues across the UK often supporting some of the world’s top DJ’s & Acts. He has also featured on some of the UK’s biggest club brand dance tours such as Hed Kandi, Cream, Gatecrasher & Goodgreef.
At just 23 years of age, Danny became one of the youngest resident DJ’s at The Syndicate Superclub in Blackpool (The UK’s Biggest Club) and also had a very successful residency for the world renowned Ministry of Sound & Hed Kandi based in Egypt earlier in 2011.
Danny is also a dab hand nightclub promoter with his uber sexy brand ‘Randy Ron’ which he runs with lifelong friend and now business partner, Alex Huckerby, gaining a really big following around the North West particularly in Blackpool & Manchester with a very Glam and up for it crowd following.
With his future yet unscripted things are rapidly on the up for Danny and his rise to stardom is motoring very fast. With his feet firmly on the ground the future is looking very bright for this young emerging star from the North West