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 Museum of Making Music
”Together and Thankful” Concert. November 18th 7:00 pm 
5790 Armada Dr. Carlsbad Ca


Encinitas Library Gospel Concert. Sunday
December 2nd 2:00 pm
540 Cornish Dr. Encinitas Ca 92024

La Jolla Community Church Christmas Eve Musical
Dec 24 4:00 pm



Daneen Wilburn has been taking fans on a musical journey of emotion and passion since she was a child. Her style transitions from soul to gospel, jazz and ballads effortlessly. "She is an engaging performer and a true talent. If you ever have a chance to see her perform, do it." These are the words of Grammy Winner Clarence McDonald, producer of Nancy Wilson’s Music on My Mind album, and Bill Withers’ "Lovely Day."  

This is why her fans have been enjoying her debut album, produced by two-time Grammy Winner, Kamau Kenyatta, and eagerly awaiting the release of her latest single "He Loves You". This song is the sophmore recording you've been waiting for.  It has a stellar cast of musician that include the great 

Paul Jackson Jr.

Her self titled album was released in June 2018 to rave reviews. "This album is an arousing debut by one soulful singer" says Patrick Van De Weile, of Key and Chord Magazine in Belgium. Together with Kamau Kenyatta, the grammy winning producer who produced the great Gregory Porter, Daneen carefully crafted a blend of soul, jazz and gospel. But, before any of this, she was just a San Diego girl with a dream.  


Daneen’s parents were both gospel singers and made music an important part of her life. By age seven, she was the lead singer of the family band and by age nineteen, she found herself singing at the legendary Hollywood Bowl, with some of gospel music’s top names, including, Edwin Hawkins, Darryl Coley, and Ricky Grundy. After a few years, she married and started a family, and decided to leave the music industry to be a full-time mother. Her dream would be put on hold, but not forgotten. Throughout the years, she loved her role as a mother and looked forward to the day when her voice would be heard again.


Daneen returned to music twenty years later, and quickly became one of San Diego’s most sought after vocalists. The San Diego Padres asked Daneen to sing for the memorial service of baseball legend Tony Gwynn. Before 25,000 fans at Petco Park and a national television audience, she performed a version of "Amazing Grace" that silenced the spellbound crowd.

Daneen's new single is a reflection of her life surrounded by singers and musicians.  You will be moved.

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