Multi-award winning artist Danielle Egnew’s career in music, film, and TV has been the subject of national magazine cover stories, front page newspaper headlines, and books on Billboard Publishing.
This dynamic artist was included as one of the Ten Most Powerful Lesbians in Music (Curve Magazine) and was named one of the Top Female Producers in Music by Music Connection Magazine. She has produced and released a total of 14 albums in five genres, including fronting well-known girl band Pope Jane, sharing stages with notables such as Joan Jett and Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart while writing for country music artists including Chris LeDoux. Danielle wrote, directed, and starred in the feature film Montgomery House: The Perfect Haunting, as well as having scored and starred in the film Changing Spots. Danielle is a veteran cast member of bi-coastal celebrity Vagina Monologues performances in New York and Los Angeles alongside Jennifer Beals, Ally Sheedy, and an array of notable actresses.