Daniel Baron

December 8, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
cafe Roux, Cape Town

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Daniel Baron is a South African award-winning, chart-topping singer/songwriter/producer with an astounding sixteen radio chart hits and five number 1′s to his name. His smash hit ‘Children Of The Sun’ broke records and debuted on the 5FM Top 30 chart at the number 1 position. It was the top selling South African dance song on iTunes for over 3 weeks in a row, also topping charts all over Africa. Baron’s voice and sound carries a distinctive flair and he is known for crossing over genres with an array of electro-infused pop-dance tunes, inspiring stadium-sized anthems and emotional piano ballads that have all taken the world by storm. A humble disposition combined with a captivating stage-presence, gravity defying vocals and not to mention profoundly crafted songs that carry messages of love, inspiration, hope and faith have all been factors in cementing him as one of South Africa’s greatest pop-stars. Often referred to as the ‘chameleon of music’, Baron has recently released his 3rd studio album titled ‘Weekend Of Mass Destruction’& on top of that, a massive collaboration with legendary SA DJ/producer Euphonik.

Daniel is an ambassador for CANSA (Cancer Association of South Africa). In 2014 he started the ‘Rockstars Ride For CANSA’ campaign. Baron rode the JHB 94.7 Cycle Challenge with a team of 12 riders to raise funds for cancer awareness and in memory of his cousin, Matthew who passed away of cancer at the age of 14. The song ‘A Lion’s Heart’ was also written and released to remember Matthew and all other cancer victims. Daniel’s greatest aim is to inspire and move people with his music.

“Daniel Baron is one of the rare gems.” – The Citizen

“It’s his risk-taking that has cemented his place as one of South Africa’s greatest pop stars.” – People Magazine

“This is a seamless collection of songs covering everything from love and inspiration to pain and heartache. Daniel Baron is nothing short of amazing.” – The New Ag