Daniel Mark Faller was born in Seattle, Washington in 1952. As a youngster he witnessed Elvis and the Beatles on Ed Sullivan and made the decision early on to be a lifetime musician. After moving to Lewiston, Idaho in 1972, Daniel began to get more serious about music and after singing throughout North Central Idaho as a solo musician, he joined his first band in 1975. Spending the next 35 years playing night clubs and community events in Idaho, Washington, Montana, Oregon and Western Canada, Daniel began to develop an original vocal style that has been known to turn heads at any venue. He can take a song by any artist, and make it completely his own. He has also developed an original song writing style that expresses his country feelings while adding a little bit of rock and roll bite. Now Daniel has built a state of the art studio in his home and he has vowed to release a CD a year for the rest of his life. With the release of “Amber Waves” in October of 2004, and “The Rising Cost of Wisdom” in 2006, “A Showman’s Life” in 2007, “Natural Causes” in 2009, and “Musical Residue” in 2011 and “La La Land” in 2013, Daniel is right on schedule. Watch for Daniel’s performances with the Big Newtons, Spiral Highway, or his solo show. You WILL enjoy. ( Daniel is also working on a new band that will play red dirt country. Watch for the lauch of “Daniel Mark Faller and the Working Poor. )
Headliners that Daniel has opened for: Little Jimmy Dickens, Charlie Daniels Band, 38 Special, Tommy James and the Shondells, Eric Burdon and the Animals, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Dennis DeYoung of Styx, Rick Springfield, Paul Rodgers, Tammy Wynette, Jim Stafford, Roger Miller, Highway 101, Blackhawk, Three Dog Night, Johnny Rivers, B.J. Thomas, Del Reeves, Vassar Clements, Dave Dudley, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Mary Wilson, and more.