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Dan Warner’s songwriting writing skills are the result of several years spent at the musical coalface. His ‘90s band, The Warner Brothers (that later became Overnight Jones), was considered a seminal band in the local alt-country scene. His duo Dan & Al also played several lengthy residencies in Melbourne throughout the ‘90s, including eight years at The Punters Club in Fitzroy.

Dan presents Warner Corner each Sunday afternoon on Melbourne’s much-loved community radio station, 3RRR FM.  And during the summer  Dan has his his own show from 2-4PM  called Ebb Tide

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Fall Into The Sky

Dan Warner – Fall Into The Sky

 Review in the Sydney Morning Herald December 4, 2014

Dan Warner
FALL INTO THE SKY  
★★★★ 

Dan Warner has been around. Remember Overnight Jones? Doesn’t matter. Google Marcel Borrack, Tim Harvey and Al Barden, too. They’re guys who know where to embellish a good story and when to leave it alone.

They drop by to record in houses and barns when Dan has a new song and they smile and nod, most likely, when it’s as skilfully loaded and lovely as Dyed Blonde Hair or Baggage Claim.

Fall Into the Sky is a couple of years worth of keepers; songs of experience played with extraordinary restraint, based on cars, girls, funerals, Christmas and birds in houses that manage to mean so much more.

“I built a house from this box of wood,” is the quiet boast of the last track.

That’s craftsmanship, that is.
MICHAEL DWYER

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