Dan Webster plays an accessible mix of Folk/Americana and has been building loyal fanbase ever since breakthrough album ‘Diamond Land’ featured on the likes of Hollyoaks, BBC Radio 2 and BBC 1.
Dan Webster is described as and an ‘An insightful lyricist with a great voice’ Acoustic Magazine. According to Americana UK – ‘He is the missing link, the joining point, where folk fuses with country – as good as you’ll hear on any record out of Austin or Nashville – beautiful – he is Anglicana’. Dan is a road-seasoned English singer-songwriter, his music is influenced by the sounds and storytelling traditions of American and British Folk music, which he uniquely blends into his own distinct fusion of Folk and Americana.
The press is unanimous!
‘Dan Webster’s subtle exploration of the human heart resonated with me after each spin of his fine new record… which draws assuredly on folk and country roots from across the Atlantic but remains assertively northern English.’
‘Webster proves to be a master story teller and fine entertainer’
County Music Magazine ****
‘Dan Webster played an impressive set at Maverick… performing under his name a permanent band… well- honed violin of Emily Lawler and cello of Rachel Brown weaving interesting lines and counter melodies… incorporates folk and bluegrass but also draws on Springsteen…’
Country Music People Magazine
‘THE TIN MAN will make it on to a fair few ‘Best Of’ lists, and deservedly so.’
Maverick Magazine ****
‘Mixing folk, country and even a little rock ‘n’ roll, all delivered with a clear, distinctive voice, some great playing and an immaculate sound, it stopped me in my tracks.’
Folk Radio UK – The Tin Man – featured album Feb 2015
‘The Tin Man may forever be in search of a heart on the road, Dan Webster has it in abundance and it shows with each passing song on his latest album.’
Liverpool Sound and Vision ****
‘He is the missing link, the joining point, where folk fuses with country – as good as you’ll hear on any record out of Austin or Nashville – beautiful, a malleable mash of folk, country and Alt rock.’
Americana UK 9/10