Danielle Prou

Often compared to Norah Jones and Alicia Keys,  Danielle Prou is a professional singer-songwriter with a haunting, soulful voice, who is becoming well known through performances at clubs and special events in the Los Angeles area. Although Danielle’s first passion has always been singing, she often accompanies herself on piano, guitar, and ukulele.

 

She has recorded and performed with (Douglas James) and Shelbie and Robby Bruce, and is a founding principal in the Paper Dollz and Little Darlins,’ two professional retro broadway song and dance troupes who routinely perform at black-tie events and charity functions. Danielle is also proud to have won a film festival “best actress” award for her lead role in the short film “grace in SARA,” in which she sings an a capella version of “Turn on your radio,”written by Veruca Salt’s Nina Gordon, to her child therapist, played by Eva La Rue of CSI: Miami. Born in Australia to an American father and a Cambodian refugee mother, Danielle now calls Los Angeles home.

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