Dan Brooks

Dan Brooks is a musician, producer, recording engineer and multi-instrumentalist from South Jersey, who is currently pursing a degree in the MBET (Music Business, Entrepreneurship & Technology) program at the University of the Arts. He has studied with Charlie Patierno, Ben O’Neill, Josh Nussbaum & Tom Long, and currently teaches guitar, piano, drums and runs production classes at the Lumberton School of Music.
Dan was one of the first students at the Lumberton School of Music in 2010 around the time it first opened. A few years later, he was already recording music at home. First appearing on SoundCloud in 2013, he began writing and recording music when was 12 years old using an iRig and a cable from the video game “Rocksmith”. Since then, he has amassed a large catalog of self-released music as well as producing for other local artists.
He received the “Quincy Jones Musicianship” award in 2020 for contributions and creativity in multiple areas of music, as well as critical acclaim for the eclectic electronic album, “The Death of Daniel Brooks”, released in April of 2022.
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