Ottawa, Canada singer songwriter, Danah-Lee is set to release a new and inspiring EP on November 20, 2020 titled, These Are a Few of My Favourite Hymns. The first EP single, Fall on Me is coming to all streaming platforms on November 6, 2020. Singles will be released each Friday in November. The album is incredibly unique, as all parts have been recorded, mixed, and mastered remotely due to the global pandemic.
The tracks feature Danah-Lee co-producing every arrangement alongside 18-year-old, André Mergulhão, (a young music producer, living in the hills of Portugal). Vocal and piano tracking of Danah was completed by 15-year-old Jérémie Tessier, and the album was mastered by Grammy Award-Winning Engineer, James Auwarter for Coda Room Music, London/Chicago. The EP also features the polished sounds of Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Famer, Jon Park-Wheeler, and well-known Canadian fiddler, Wade Foster.
Danah-Lee is an Ottawa Valley singer songwriter and music educator. She is the owner of the award-winning music school, More Than A Song Studios. For the last decade, Danah has been teaching many musical minds, young and old. And still, she makes time for her own creative works. The release will be Danah's third solo album. Her previous albums were The Post Concussion Syndrome, released in 2017 produced by David Campbell, (Nature of Things, Vinyl Cafe, For Better or For Worse), and in 2019 Sunshine & Bonbons produced by Jordon Zadorozny, (Courtney Love, Sam Roberts).
These Are a Few of My Favourite Hymns is getting back to Danah-Lee's Christian roots, where her love of music and learning how to play all began. This will be Danah's first EP release in the Contemporary Christian Circuit.
"There has been so much freedom in this music and creative process to sing and be exactly who I am! This year and current project have allowed me to leap into my true identity without self ridicule or judgment - whether it be musically, sexually, spiritually, emotionally, or physically. I find true peace here. I don't have to explain, I can just be me through song... this is my sacrifice of praise." Danah-Lee