Making a Scene presents an interview with Indie Blues Artist Dany Franchi!
Dany Franchi was born in 1990 in Genoa, IT and he is widely considered one of the best young Blues musicians on the scene today. In 2014 he recorded his album “I Believe” in Ohio along with the “International Blues Challenge” winner Sean Carney. Between 2016 and 2017 Dany promoted his music performing at prestigious Blues Festivals all over the world such as the Blues From The Top in Colorado (USA), Dallas International Guitar Festival in Texas (USA), Blues’n Jazz Rallye in Rapperswill (CH), Olsztyn Blues Festival (PL), Augustibluus Festival (ES) and many others.
In February 2017 the Texas Blues Legend Anson Funderburgh and Don Ritter of Category5 Amps based in Dallas TX, decided to produced Dany’s third album “Problem Child” recording at the world famous Stuart Sullivan’s Wire Recording Studio in Austin, TX with some of the best Blues musicians in USA like Jim Pugh (R. Cray), Wes Starr (J.Vaughan, A. Funderburgh) and the legendary Texas Horns. The album will be released in May 18th 2018 by Station House Records. Dany Franchi is one of the biggest and most promising Blues musicians of his generation – his Fender Stratocaster and his talent will make him stand out in the Blues scene, respecting tradition while incessantly finding his original and unique sound.
“ Dany is one of my favorite young Blues artist. He has an exciting fresh approach to the music while keeping it honest.” Anson Funderburgh