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About Danny Boone

A founding member of the groundbreaking country, rock, and rap group Rehab, Danny Boone was born Danny Alexander in Warner Robins, Georgia. Interested in rap and hip-hop since high school, and growing up surrounded by country and Southern rock, Boone formed the southern hip-hop group Rehab with Brooks Buford in the late 1990s. Both were recovering alcoholics and drug addicts, but the duo did not actually meet in a rehab center as has often been reported. Blending rap with rock, the duo released a debut album, Southern Discomfort, with Sony in 2000. Two years later, after a heavy touring schedule, Buford left Rehab. Boone retained the name, added singer and songwriter Demun Jones, and expanded the group to a quintet. Signing with Arshid Entertainment, the reconstituted version of Rehab released the impressive Graffiti the World in 2005, which was picked up by Universal and re-released in 2008 with a re-recording of "Sittin' at a Bar" (an infectious track from Southern Discomfort that became a jukebox and radio favorite over time, prompting Epic to re-release the debut album as Sittin' at a Bar without the band's permission), now retitled "Bartender Song." Welcome Home arrived in 2010, again from Universal. Boone released his first solo album, Fish Grease, in the summer of 2014 on Colt Ford's Average Joe's label. ~ Steve Leggett

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