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Danalyze (Danielle Cornelissen 1977 Netherlands) is a Harmony-Singing-Bird.
vrijdag 27 sep 2019, 18.00
vr 27 sep 2019, 18.00

From an early age (8) she added harmonies to existing music by recording them with an old microphone, radio and recorder. After co-singersongwriting in two Bands; the Suncows, Jasses and organizing & joining Jam-sessions (1994-2000), she decided she'd go solo as Danalyze.

Still loving to add harmonies to all the music she likes as well as to her own songs, harmonies float through her head and since she’s an expressionist she needs to get them out! The Orchestrae in her head often lead to a songs.

Influenced by: classical music, metal, rock, pop, jazz, soul, many 50-60 and 70’s songs with many harmony-layed songs and Steve Miller Band, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, The Beatles, America, David Mc Williams, Jim Groce, Jeff Buckley, Heather Nova, The Smashing Pumpkins and Saybia, The Tea Party. Since she loves wide ranged creative vocals like for example Sting, her vocals take you into creeks onto mountaintops in her own repertoire.

After releasing her first EP called “Debut” 2010 (available on I-tunes) she toured: 

Holland: Amsterdam, Belgium: Antwerp & Borgerhout, Ireland: Cork, Bantry, Dublin 2010. In 2011-2012 Many gigs on Festivals & other Venues in Holland and 2013 brought her to Portugal- Lisbon & Faia, the Palavras Festival. Hungary-Budapest 2014 & Romania – Tirgu Mures 2014 & Andalucia Spain 2014. Germany – Koln 2015 & Ibiza Baleares Spain 2015. 2016 Tour Denmark & Greek Islands. 2017 Athens Greece & Copenhagen Denmark. 2018 Ubud Bali.

Open to cooperations with other artists & singing in Bands.

Equipped with a Vintage Ibanez Guitar & Soprano & Baritone Ukelele, her voice is still her main instrument !

Check out live shows anytime and have a listen on

Music is the international Language that brings people together. That energy is so powerful that people fall in love, wars get to an end and other magical things happen. Where would we be without music!

– Danalyze