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Where's the rock saxophone?

When I think of great vocal artists of the 21st century, three names immediately come to mind: Dolly Parton, Slash and (you guessed it)-- Donny O'Daniel. I don't know how he got the Gatlin Brothers to join him (what, with their busy schedule of touring midwestern casinos and state fairs), but the Live in Branson version of All the Gold in California something you will not forget. My single criticism (and the only thing keeping me from giving this 5 stars) is the lack of rock saxophone, too much banjo and wishing he would have used a children's choir on Blue Moon of Kentucky.

Biography

Born: December 12, 1961 in Kincasslagh, County Donegal, Irel

Genre: Vocal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Crooner Daniel O'Donnell was the spiritual descendent of clean-cut, wholesome pop icons like Pat Boone and Andy Williams, enjoying a massive fan base among women of all ages. Born in County Donegal, Ireland, on December 12, 1961, O'Donnell was one of five children. His older sister Margo vaulted to national fame in 1968 when her country-inspired single "Dear God" topped the Irish charts, although her success was tempered by the death of their father that same year. As an adolescent Daniel regularly...
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