You might have heard up and coming singer songwriter Danielle Louise’ music but you’ve probably heard her play.
The 2013 Nutley High graduate played clarinet in the school’s marching band and wind ensemble. And this weekend, for the second time, she’s bringing her original compositions to the library.
A classically trained pianist who has been playing piano since the age of seven, Louise has created a mix of solo piano compositions and singer-songwriter style songs. Influenced by Britain’s Mika and Belleville’s My Chemical Romance, the 18-year-old’s lyrical songs are tuneful and personal with strong pop hooks and deeply considered lyrics.
“People coming to see me should expect a lot of catchy fun music and piano compositions,” Louise told Patch.