After many years on the Los Angeles music scene, Danny Schneider has a list of accomplishments that anyone would be proud of. Immediately after relocating from northern California, Danny began producing multiple music CD’s and performed up and down the Sunset Strip at The Roxy, Troubadour, and The Whisky as a solo artist and with his high energy, neo punk unit Speed Limit. Speed Limit enjoyed local radio airplay with a clever version of Nancy Sinatra’s, “These Boots are Made for Walking” which was featured on KROQ-FM Radio. Television wasn’t too far behind as Danny showcased on KNBC’s – Today in LA, all while garnering reviews in Billboard, Cashbox and Music Connection Magazine and various other L.A. newspapers. Aside from being an artist, Danny was busy giving others on the west coast a platform to be heard on: The Danny Schneider Show of Music, which aired throughout the L.A. area on most cable outlets.
It seems Danny covered the bases as a “Do It Yourself Artist”. He found he had a strong foundation and returned back to Sacramento. With routine road trips, Danny continues to collaborate with local L.A. talent. However, with his fresh new vision, and a brand-new album, On the Other Side of the Window, he has found a way for his music to help others with his fundraising project for Joshua’s House. As Danny often says, “There’s no better way to reach the people, than to help the people.”
—-Dan Warren, Warren Media and Marketing for Family Beautiful Magazine