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Dan performing ‘Pretty Sally’ from his album, Fall Into The Sky.

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

Gigs


Upcoming Gigs

Date Artist City Venue
10/11/2019 Dan Warner & Friends Brunswick, VIC The Spotted Mallard
Time: 6:00pm. Admission: $15. Age restrictions: No Minors. Address: 314 Sydney Rd. Venue phone: (03) 9380 8818. It’s Time for Warner Corner – oh, Danny Boy! For more than 20 years, Dan Warner’s segment ‘Warner Corner’ has been a part of Jonnie von Goes’ rambling Sunday arvo show on RRR, ‘The JVG Radio Method’. Each Sunday on the segment, according to Jon’s theme of the week, Dan has played a live song, often accompanied by some of Melbourne’s finest musicians. As it’s been 20 years, and as Dan has performed over 1000 songs on Warner Corner, it’s high time that Dan and his RRR cronies played some of their favourite selections from the segment to a live audience. So, appropriately, on Sunday 10th November at 6pm – and hosted by JVG – Dan Warner, Dave Evans, Ed Bates, Greg Field, Nathan Farrelly and surprise guests will perform a ‘Best of RRR’s Warner Corner’ gig live at the Spotted Mallard, 314 Sydney Road Brunswick. Oh Danny Boy! Related post. Buy Tickets

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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