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Indie Artists Magazine - click this link for the full article. 

Dan is an Indie Singer Songwriter from London in the UK, who plays guitar left handed on a guitar strung for a person that’s right handed. He is better known as a recording musician rather than a LIVE performer although he has played in bands in the past.

“I’ve written songs and recorded music for well over 25 years but always come up a bit shy when promoting myself. However I am trying to change that now with the release of my third album this coming January. It’s called “Colliding Planets” .......

Eclectic Music Lover - click this link for the full album review of "Colliding Planets"

Dan Farrell is a singer/songwriter based in London, UK. A multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, bass and keyboards, as well as produces all of his tracks in his own home studio, he refers to himself as a “one man band.” That said, in his bio he explains “My main instrument is guitar which I play left handed – but with the strings strung for a right handed person. Consequently all the chords I play are upside down. Strange, but true.” It sounds complicated to me, but Dan manages to coax some pretty phenomenal sounds from his six-string.......

Spin Sunday Music Reviews - Click this link for the full article.

Colliding Planets is the third album Dan has released and it is available now.  He records everything at his home studio and spend every spare minute he can in there. Growing up in the late 60’s and 70’s he was influenced by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Amy Winehouse, Bee Gees, Queen and anyone else who turns out melodic grooves.....

Jingle Jangle Jungle- Click this link for the full article

Dan Farrell is an English musician living in London. He started learning to play the guitar at 9 years old. Dan tells me "I started learning to play the guitar at 9 years old. Because I had older brothers who also played, I used to borrow the family acoustic to practice on. But they got mad at me when I changed the strings around (I'm left handed) so I decided the next time I practiced on their guitar, I would leave the strings strung for right handed players so as not to get another telling off. And this is why I play guitar upside down with backwards chords.....