Sincere, funny, anointed and full of love all describe the concert Danny presents. His smile and love for singing are second to none on any stage, and his love for God is very apparent.
In 1964, Danny felt a call from God to share his musical talents with the world, so he and his brother began a musical voyage together. It carried them from state to state and even into Canada traveling with groups and sharing Christ. In 1980, Danny and his brother decided to form their own group. They called it The Brothers. Big things started to happen for them, and in 1982, they were awarded an opportunity to sing at the White House for President Reagan. A year later, the group won a major week long talent search in Wheeling, West Virginia, and was asked to be the official gospel group of Jamboree USA at the Capitol Theater. There, for over 14 years, they opened the show for every major country music star of the 1980's and 1990's. Danny made many lasting friendships with the stars there. He was honored in 1989 by his hometown Chamber of Commerce when they deemed him a Goodwill Ambassador for the state of Virginia and presented him with an award.
Tragedy struck Danny in 2001 when his brother/friend/singing partner of many years passed away very suddenly after returning home from a week on the road singing. Devastated, Danny fell into deep depression and thought of quitting what he loved to do most. But the urge God had instilled in him to share his music and love of Christ with those who were suffering from life's trials got him wanting to hit the road again.
Upon retiring from the Front Royal Police Department on a disability, Danny embarked upon a solo career. He has never looked back and does not regret his decision to continue. He since has traveled internationally numerous times as well as the east coast and even into Texas. He was recently asked to be a regular cast member of the Shenandoah Jamboree Show hosted by Ben "Cooter" Jones of The Dukes of Hazzard TV show.
Danny continues to carry his program to any venue who will book him. He gives a very professional, well-balanced and spiritual program in every appearance. So, if you're looking for an evening of laughter, some tears and a blessing, do not hesitate to book the "Singing Policeman", Danny Figgins, for your event!
God Bless America!