Dan Navarro’s music probes life at its most resonant. In his rich baritone, he sings songs of heart and insight, steeped in experience, soulful tales from a long road well-traveled.
You know songs from his impressive body of work (like the Grammy-nominated “We Belong”, made famous by Pat Benatar), but Navarro isn’t one to rest on his well-deserved laurels. His acclaimed album “Shed My Skin” released last year in the US and in early 2019 in Europe to glowing reviews. During the 2020 Covid pandemic lockdown, he got busy and started his “Songs From the CoronaZone” live stream series, running almost daily for five months on social media.
And last summer, Navarro released a special duo album with James Lee Stanley, “All Wood and Led”, with acoustic “Laurel Canyon” re-imaginations of Led Zeppelin tunes.