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02/16/2020: Danny Strimer was live on Acme Radio Live, with host Greg Pogue playing tracks by Danny Strimer, Lori Mechem, Trio Globo, Danny Strimer Band and more.

Acme Radio's Nashville Jazz highlights a unique American music genre that’s a big piece of the gumbo making up Music City. Each week, host Greg Pogue will present a prominent Nashville-associated Jazz musician and their works, discuss upcoming jazz events in Nashville and clubs throughout the area, and delve into the classics of decades gone by.

Danny Strimer brought

songs from his new album

“New Love Songs — Bossa Nova & Beyond” to Gallagher Music

April - June 2020

January 14, 2021

For Immediate Release

October 4, 2021

Danny Strimer to Release New Single

“It Gets Late Early These Days”

Oct. 27, 2021

Genres: Singer-Songwriter, Americana, Jazz

It Gets Late Early These Days

Danny Strimer

Contact: Danny Strimer


     Nashville recording artist Danny Strimer is releasing his new single, “It Gets Late Early These Days,” worldwide on all major platforms on October 27, 2021. Pre-Save on Spotify and iTunes starts October 6. This single follows the release of his critically acclaimed album, New Love Songs | Bossa Nova & Beyond, in January, 2020.

     Strimer co-wrote the tune with 2018 Grammy nominated lyricist Alan Miller of Raul Malo and The Mavericks fame.

     As part of the story, Danny will be shining a light on SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) and grief in the time of COVID-19.


International Musician — “New Love Songs is a uniquely blended, Bossa Nova-infused, Great American Songbook-inspired, World Beat driven, Jazz/Pop collection of memorable melodies, timeless lyrics and percolating rhythms…"

Ron Wynn, The Nashville Scene — “…It’s a delightfully sung and well-played 10-tune selection of originals. Strimer’s lush acoustic guitar support is framed in fine arrangements…”

Randy Poe President, Leiber & Stoller Publishing "...Once you’ve heard these ten songs, they’re going to stay with you. They’re timeless and universal..."

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