Official drummer and production specialist of Subvoltage since 2012, Danny’s stage career started as a seven year old performing in musicals with the local theater company. In the 7th grade he began drum lessons and formed a band with his friends that would become known as The Tragic Comeback during their high school years. The Tragic Comeback grew Danny as a drummer and musician, but after graduation was torn it apart due to varying paths.
Danny’s path took him on to attain his Bachelors of Science in Audio Production at The Art Institute of California-San Francisco. While attending The Art Institute, Danny continued with his job as a staff engineer at Mars Hill Coffeehouse (working with artist such as Stickup Kid and Family Thief), where he would eventually meet and mix an acoustic show for Joseph and Demetrius. Subvoltage was once again down to the original duo, praying for God to bring a drummer. Danny was in between bands and praying for a band to come along. When he heard Subvoltage was short a drummer, he approached Demetrius – like an awkward preteen asking a girl to a dance – and asked if they were looking for a drummer (as if he didn’t already know). They invited Danny to jam with them a few times, played a show with them, and the rest is history.
Now, 4 years of band hood and a college degree later, Danny tours as a live bassist/drummer for Direct Divide, works as a freelance production professional around California, is a barista a Mars Hill Coffeehouse (a ministry that is dear to his heart), and serves at The Anchor Gilroy as a leader in both youth and tech ministries. Being in Subvoltage has been a driving force in Danny’s growth in God, given him several ministry opportunities, and he looks forward to the travels and connections God has in store for them.