Danny Couch has been entertaining professionally since the age of 12, when he formed his first band and wrote his first song, “From My Heart,” which won Song of the Year at the 1985 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards.
Danny was a featured entertainer in the Don Ho Show at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Dome from 1980 to 1990. He won the Hawaii audition for Star Search in 1984 and went on to perform on national television. In 1988, he appeared on the Dolly Parton Show singing a solo and duet with Dolly. That show's theme song was "Ah My Hawaii," which Danny wrote. Dolly called him "The Golden Voice of Hawaii."
Danny’s song, “These Islands,” from his ALMOST PARADISE CD was the theme song for the 1998 Miss Universe Pageant. For six years, the Hawaii Visitors Bureau used the song “These Islands,” in a worldwide campaign promoting Hawaii. Currently, the Hawaii Convention Center is using this song to entice and promote major conventions to Hawaii.
Danny has had the privilege of performing for such stars as Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Englebert Humperdinck, Tom Jones and the cast of Charlie’s Angel’s. And he has had the pleasure of opening for many top acts; Paul Anka, Glen Campbell, Sheena Easton, Al Green, Sheckie Green, Sergio Mendez, Neil Sadaka and Dionne Warrick.
Danny is an accomplished, multitalented lyricists, musical composer, singer and performer who has won several Na Hoku Hanohano and Hawaiian Music awards.