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Danny Vitali

is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter based in Point Reyes Station, California. Born in Santa Cruz and raised in the northern Minnesota town of Hibbing, Vitali has been performing music in a variety of ensembles over the past decade, establishing himself as a versatile and dynamic accompanist, bassist, guitarist, and singer. He has most recently accompanied and collaborated with songwriters Alex Bleeker (Real Estate, Alex Bleeker & The Freaks), Paul Spring (Holy Hive), Jeff Manson, and Luke Temple (Here We Go Magic, Art Feynman). His resume includes performances at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, the Getty Museum (LA), the Walker Art Center (MPLS), the First Avenue Mainroom (MPLS), The Chapel (SF), the Starline Social Club (OAK), and the Henry Miller Memorial Library (Big Sur) and has shared stages with Dirty Projectors, Bill Callahan, Cake, Big Thief, Dawes,  Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Hand Habits, Mary Lattimore, Heron Oblivion, Jessica Pratt, Kevin Morby, Trampled By Turtles, Little Wings, Sugar Candy Mountain, Waxahatchee, Kacy and Clayton, Woods, Nicki Bluhm, Sam Evian, and Jonathan Richman. In 2011, he relocated from Austin, TX and Minneapolis, MN to the coastal town of Point Reyes Station, CA where he has been considered "...a fixture of the West Marin music scene since he arrived..." by the Point Reyes Light.  In 2016, Vitali independently released his debut album. Invernesia, which was tracked entirely to tape at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco, is an intricate soundscape inspired by the stretch of coastline and forest between Inverness and Bolinas. His live band has billed with Sandy's, Kelly McFarlingLuke Temple, Y La BambaAlex Bleeker, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Kacey Johansing, The Range of Light Wilderness, Here We Go Magic, Emily Ritz, Meernaa, and Vetiver. He simultaneously presents a local music series, programs and serves on the board of directors at KWMR - West Marin Community Radio, and actively plays in several bands throughout the Bay Area. Instrumental tracks from Invernesia have been licensed for film through Patagonia and the Save the Boundary Waters Campaign, and he's in the process of tracking a follow-up album at the brand new analog recording studio, Tiny Telephone Oakland. 

"Danny Vitali’s new album captures essence of West Marin" - Pacific Sun