Danny from the Delltones
Danny has performed Nationally and Internationally and has performed on many Cruise ships over the years and has been a premier entertainment band well known for their beautiful harmonies and has covered many artists and bands including: The Eagles, Beach Boys, Franky Valli & The Four Seasons, Queen, Little River Band, The Beatles and many more and toured extensively as a Showband .
The Band has recently reformed as a covers band with original members Andre Els and Phil Neilson who have recently moved to the Hervey Bay area and still putting out those wonderful harmonies.
The Current members include:
Danny Mayers - Lead Vocals
Andre - Bass and vocals
Phil - Guitar and Vocals
Peter - Lead Guitar and vocals
Stevo - Drums and Vocals
The band is known for its great harmonies and its selection of crowd pleasing songs covering all types of music including Rock, Pop, Aussie classics, Country and Surf music.
The Band is made up of professional musicians who have all had many years experience, playing live on the club and hotel circuit, and they know how to get the crowd going.
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