Dan Newton, Accordioniste, brings the charm and elegance of the French "Musette" to life. Sweet, understated, and sophisticated, Dan's music takes the listener to a sidewalk café in Paris, where men in straw boaters pass by on bicycles, while others sip strong coffee from tiny cups and puff on unfiltered cigarettes. This is the same kind of music one hears in black-and-white films shown only in independent art theaters, films with subtitles and haunting soundtracks.
This is the music of romance, passion, and dreams. This is the "valse musette", the tango and paso-doble, the music for strolling down the Champs-Elysee, or boating on the Seine. This is Dan Newton -Accordioniste.
|Listen to Café Accordion|
|1. Say I Do|
|2. April Waltz|
|3. Eiffel Tower|
|4. Two French Waltzes|
".deft, sweet and not overstated (this is NOT "Lady of Spain")
- Hank Bradley, Victory Review Magazine, Dec. 1995
"quietly dazzling" - Tom Surowicz, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
".mellow and hip." - Julia Cortinas, CAPA Times Newsletter