Interview with Joey Danger

If you could compare yourself to an artist today, who would that be and why?

I have so many different influences and wear so many different hats creatively, I honestly don’t know what one artist I would compare my self to. I like to think I’m in a leauge of my own.

What do you think your listeners will get out of your music?

Hopefully something unique. When it comes to my music, substance, edge, and distinctiveness is something I really strive for.

What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in the music industry?

Everything about this industry is difficult. Especially if you don’t have resources. It’s hard to think of just one thing because I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I’ve been at this most of my life and it’s been a long hard road. There are a lot of fakes, liers, and theves. I think the most important lesson I learned early on was to do everything on my own or at least as much as I can. It’s important to educate your self and know as much as possible. Relying too much on others can cost you your career.

What do you hope to do with your music?

I’m a dreamer. I want change the world and win all the awards.

Tell us about your new video ‘Stars’ and everything that went into that project.

The ‘Stars’ video is somthing I am really proud of. I shot and directed it. I also did all of the visual effects which took many months to complete. I wanted to create a video that reflected me as an artist and I believe I did that.

Any shoutouts?

Ron Vatalaro, Nick Abt, Eric Wehmann, Marissa Rodriguez, Brian Levi, Renee Smith, Caitlin Kimmitz, Anna Brown, Samantha Martinez, Tanya Cabrera, Morgan Miller, Mia Macfarlane, Fred Sweet, my awesome fans, and everyone else who has helped me get to this point in my career. I am very grateful.




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