PRLog - April 12, 2014 - SAN DIEGO -- Daneen Wilburn was born and raised in San Diego, CA and began singing at the age of three. She has performed locally and nationally with bands, gospel choirs, and at concert venues with renowned recording artists. Just to name a few Wilburn has performed with Grammy Award Winning Gospel artist Edwin Hawkins, legendary music producer, musician, and Grammy Award Winning Clarence McDonald who toured with Ray Charles.
Wilburn’s sound is a sultry and soulful rendering an array of Gospel, Jazz, and R&B music. Her vocal prowess reminds you of the unforgettable Ella Fitzgerald. Wilburn is known for her silky soul tones and engaging passion when performing on stage. She is a true songstress that captivates an audience with every note she sings.
Wilburn recently embarked on her solo career and sold out her 2013 concert on Father’s Day Concert at 98 Bottles San Diego, CA. Performing her rendition of the National Anthem acappella for the San Diego Padres in front of thousands of cheering fans in 2013 Wilburn hit a home run. She gave such a stellar performance that the San Diego Padres organization asked her back in 2014 to sing the National Anthem during their Jackie Robinson’s Day honoring the first African American in baseball #42.
Wilburn was also one of the featured singers for the gala "An Evening with Laura Bush" honoring former First Lady Laura Bush hosted by Solutions for Change, LaCosta, CA.
On Saturday, May 21, 2014, she returns to the 98 Bottles stage along with National Recording Artist Saxophonist Brandon Primus and Friends as they present Jazz to Gospel. It will be an evening of gospel, jazz, funk, and more. It is sure to be a hand clapping and toe tappin time when these two genres of music collide on stage in one unforgettable live concert.
Advance tickets $15 and $20 at the door two showtimes 7:00pm and 9:30pm doors open at 6:00 p.m. 21+ event 98 Bottles 2400 Kettner Blvd. #110 San Diego, CA 92101. Tickets on sale at http://98bottlesSD.com or call 619.255.7885 for more information.