Formerly known as Daizy Agnew before adopting her late fathers name in 2011, Daisy Dance has achieved much success as a vocalist performer and song writer.
Daisy Dance is an English singer/songwriter, who spent her early years soaking up her parents eclectic collection of music. Daisy was heavily influenced by female soul singers such as Randy Crawford, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey and Mary J Bilge.
As soon as she realised she had the vocal capability to participate musically, there was no stopping her! Daisy became determined to have a career as a professional singer, and her life was entirely focused around this goal. Supported by her parents she began 'paying her dues', learning her craft on the club circuit, doing the live gigs that turned her into the 'powerhouse performer' she is today. She also gained considerable recording experience, whilst developing her skills as a songwriter.
Early recognition came after winning MTV’s Hugo Urban Rules. Her winning entry formed part of a compilation album urban music. Her subsequent track
'Insecurities' with UK producer Soundbwoy went on to win best original song from the HUR's contestants and rewarded prime time air play on Kiss FM.
Daisy has written and released many songs over years including two top 20 singles, A listed on Radio 1, and the top 5 dance hit, 'Pennys Falling', B listed on Gadio and Kiss FM.
In complete contrast, Daisy then contributed to the BBC 1 Eurovision 'Your Country Needs You' as part of a girl band. From this Daisy was asked to work with the songs producers Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren to lay down the original vocals for the UK entry ‘My Time’.
In 2009 Daisy Signed to Universal as member of British girlband Girls Can't Catch and enjoyed success touring with Girls Aloud and Jonas Brothers on their worldwide arena tours, including The O2 and Wembley Arena. Their hit single Keep Your Head Up was featured on St Trinian’s soundtrack and film, Legend of Fritton’s Gold.
During her time in GCC, Daisy performed at venues including, Glastonbury, iTunes Festival, Jazz Cafe, T4 On The Beach, GAY, Blue Peter, Loose Woman, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Rock The Park, and many more.
2018 and 2019 saw Daisy take part as a music judge on BBC Ones 'All Together Now' alongside Spice Girl Geri Horner and comedian Rob Beckett.
Daisy has collaborated and worked with many successful names in the industry such as, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Diane Warren, Shazney Lewis, Pixie Lott, Andy Chatterly, Nerina Pallot, Rui De Silver, The 411, The Saturdays, Girls Aloud, Jones Brothers, Karen Poole, American singer Joe, Sway Clarke, Terri Walker, Trevor Nelson and Ministry Of Sound.
Daisy realised her debut single and music video 'It's Over' in 2020.
Remember Me 2021.
Our way 2021.
Ain't No Man 2022.
The results speak for themselves; an enviable vocal range, one of the most unique and vast vocal timbres in the recording industry, a memorable tone, and a passionate performance style, which is at odds with her petite frame. Daisy has a commanding stage presence, she sings from the heart and never gives less than her best.
Ain't No Man