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Artist Feature: Daniel Tuladhar

You may have heard us playing Hello … Goodbye from Daniel Tuladhar on air recently. We caught up with Daniel to find out more about his life and music.

Tell us a little bit about your yourself?

My name is Daniel Tuladhar. I am a singer songwriter born and raised in Denmark.

I believe we are born to express ourselves and inspire like I myself have been inspired by great artists like Tracy Chapman, Ben Harper, Chris Cornell and many more. My deepest hope is to find a record label who understands the importance of the spirit in in music, especially in a time where music feels have lost the spark, that once could make a little boy find it’s way in the gloominess of the world.

I am thankful for my achievements though not embellished in fame and fortune, but my music has kept me going throughout all these years and there is always a glimmer of hope I will find someone who shares the same professionalism, dedication and passion as I do.

Like I say, a painter never sizes to paint and a songwriter never sizes to write and explore.

When did you first start to develop a passion for music?

Since a very young age I’ve had a passion for singing and writing music. My long musical journey – struggles and precious moments, has lead my to a point, where I have found my own voice, with enough original material I truly believe is worthy to be shared with the world.

Which artists did you listen to while growing up?

Growing up my brother used to influence me with music so I listed to music from early hip hop to beginning of grunge rock. I really connected with the grunge era and fell in love with bands as Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, Alice In Chains etc. Later on I was deeply influenced by Ben Harper and really from the soulfulness of Tracy Chapman, Seal and Lenny Kravitz especially the first albums which I felt a deep connection with music. My favourite album is still “Temple Of The Dog”.

When did you start writing music?

I started writing music from the age of 13 so I was slowly developing my passion as I grew older. I’ve written more songs than I can count in my yearning to find my own voice and the beauty of art is your always keep growing – and putting things in a label has never been my cup of tea. Writing songs and composing comes as natural as breathing, it’s not what I do, it’s who I am.

Do you have any ambitious projects you would like to fulfil?

One of my dreams has always been working with a symphony and making something beautiful with my songs. I know am a dreamer and music is the pillow of my thoughts.

Who would your dream collaboration be with?

If I had to collaborate with someone I find inspiring it would be Ben Harper for sure. I would say Chris Cornell also but he sadly not with us anymore.

What are your plans for the future?

I don’t know what my future has in store for me but it would be great if I could right the right minded people to work with – full of passion and heart.

Where can we find out more about you?

I have my own YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@danieltuladhar and I am also on all streaming services.

Artist Feature: Daniel Tuladhar

You may have heard us playing Hello … Goodbye from Daniel Tuladhar on air recently. We caught up with Daniel to find out more about his life and music.

Tell us a little bit about your yourself?

My name is Daniel Tuladhar. I am a singer songwriter born and raised in Denmark.

I believe we are born to express ourselves and inspire like I myself have been inspired by great artists like Tracy Chapman, Ben Harper, Chris Cornell and many more. My deepest hope is to find a record label who understands the importance of the spirit in in music, especially in a time where music feels have lost the spark, that once could make a little boy find it’s way in the gloominess of the world.

I am thankful for my achievements though not embellished in fame and fortune, but my music has kept me going throughout all these years and there is always a glimmer of hope I will find someone who shares the same professionalism, dedication and passion as I do.

Like I say, a painter never sizes to paint and a songwriter never sizes to write and explore.

When did you first start to develop a passion for music?

Since a very young age I’ve had a passion for singing and writing music. My long musical journey – struggles and precious moments, has lead my to a point, where I have found my own voice, with enough original material I truly believe is worthy to be shared with the world.

Which artists did you listen to while growing up?

Growing up my brother used to influence me with music so I listed to music from early hip hop to beginning of grunge rock. I really connected with the grunge era and fell in love with bands as Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, Alice In Chains etc. Later on I was deeply influenced by Ben Harper and really from the soulfulness of Tracy Chapman, Seal and Lenny Kravitz especially the first albums which I felt a deep connection with music. My favourite album is still “Temple Of The Dog”.

When did you start writing music?

I started writing music from the age of 13 so I was slowly developing my passion as I grew older. I’ve written more songs than I can count in my yearning to find my own voice and the beauty of art is your always keep growing – and putting things in a label has never been my cup of tea. Writing songs and composing comes as natural as breathing, it’s not what I do, it’s who I am.

Do you have any ambitious projects you would like to fulfil?

One of my dreams has always been working with a symphony and making something beautiful with my songs. I know am a dreamer and music is the pillow of my thoughts.

Who would your dream collaboration be with?

If I had to collaborate with someone I find inspiring it would be Ben Harper for sure. I would say Chris Cornell also but he sadly not with us anymore.

What are your plans for the future?

I don’t know what my future has in store for me but it would be great if I could right the right minded people to work with – full of passion and heart.

Where can we find out more about you?

I have my own YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@danieltuladhar and I am also on all streaming services.

Artist Feature: Daniel Tuladhar

You may have heard us playing Hello … Goodbye from Daniel Tuladhar on air recently. We caught up with Daniel to find out more about his life and music.

Tell us a little bit about your yourself?

My name is Daniel Tuladhar. I am a singer songwriter born and raised in Denmark.

I believe we are born to express ourselves and inspire like I myself have been inspired by great artists like Tracy Chapman, Ben Harper, Chris Cornell and many more. My deepest hope is to find a record label who understands the importance of the spirit in in music, especially in a time where music feels have lost the spark, that once could make a little boy find it’s way in the gloominess of the world.

I am thankful for my achievements though not embellished in fame and fortune, but my music has kept me going throughout all these years and there is always a glimmer of hope I will find someone who shares the same professionalism, dedication and passion as I do.

Like I say, a painter never sizes to paint and a songwriter never sizes to write and explore.

When did you first start to develop a passion for music?

Since a very young age I’ve had a passion for singing and writing music. My long musical journey – struggles and precious moments, has lead my to a point, where I have found my own voice, with enough original material I truly believe is worthy to be shared with the world.

Which artists did you listen to while growing up?

Growing up my brother used to influence me with music so I listed to music from early hip hop to beginning of grunge rock. I really connected with the grunge era and fell in love with bands as Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, Alice In Chains etc. Later on I was deeply influenced by Ben Harper and really from the soulfulness of Tracy Chapman, Seal and Lenny Kravitz especially the first albums which I felt a deep connection with music. My favourite album is still “Temple Of The Dog”.

When did you start writing music?

I started writing music from the age of 13 so I was slowly developing my passion as I grew older. I’ve written more songs than I can count in my yearning to find my own voice and the beauty of art is your always keep growing – and putting things in a label has never been my cup of tea. Writing songs and composing comes as natural as breathing, it’s not what I do, it’s who I am.

Do you have any ambitious projects you would like to fulfil?

One of my dreams has always been working with a symphony and making something beautiful with my songs. I know am a dreamer and music is the pillow of my thoughts.

Who would your dream collaboration be with?

If I had to collaborate with someone I find inspiring it would be Ben Harper for sure. I would say Chris Cornell also but he sadly not with us anymore.

What are your plans for the future?

I don’t know what my future has in store for me but it would be great if I could right the right minded people to work with – full of passion and heart.

Where can we find out more about you?

I have my own YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@danieltuladhar and I am also on all streaming services.

Artist Feature: Daniel Tuladhar

You may have heard us playing Hello … Goodbye from Daniel Tuladhar on air recently. We caught up with Daniel to find out more about his life and music.

Tell us a little bit about your yourself?

My name is Daniel Tuladhar. I am a singer songwriter born and raised in Denmark.

I believe we are born to express ourselves and inspire like I myself have been inspired by great artists like Tracy Chapman, Ben Harper, Chris Cornell and many more. My deepest hope is to find a record label who understands the importance of the spirit in in music, especially in a time where music feels have lost the spark, that once could make a little boy find it’s way in the gloominess of the world.

I am thankful for my achievements though not embellished in fame and fortune, but my music has kept me going throughout all these years and there is always a glimmer of hope I will find someone who shares the same professionalism, dedication and passion as I do.

Like I say, a painter never sizes to paint and a songwriter never sizes to write and explore.

When did you first start to develop a passion for music?

Since a very young age I’ve had a passion for singing and writing music. My long musical journey – struggles and precious moments, has lead my to a point, where I have found my own voice, with enough original material I truly believe is worthy to be shared with the world.

Which artists did you listen to while growing up?

Growing up my brother used to influence me with music so I listed to music from early hip hop to beginning of grunge rock. I really connected with the grunge era and fell in love with bands as Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, Alice In Chains etc. Later on I was deeply influenced by Ben Harper and really from the soulfulness of Tracy Chapman, Seal and Lenny Kravitz especially the first albums which I felt a deep connection with music. My favourite album is still “Temple Of The Dog”.

When did you start writing music?

I started writing music from the age of 13 so I was slowly developing my passion as I grew older. I’ve written more songs than I can count in my yearning to find my own voice and the beauty of art is your always keep growing – and putting things in a label has never been my cup of tea. Writing songs and composing comes as natural as breathing, it’s not what I do, it’s who I am.

Do you have any ambitious projects you would like to fulfil?

One of my dreams has always been working with a symphony and making something beautiful with my songs. I know am a dreamer and music is the pillow of my thoughts.

Who would your dream collaboration be with?

If I had to collaborate with someone I find inspiring it would be Ben Harper for sure. I would say Chris Cornell also but he sadly not with us anymore.

What are your plans for the future?

I don’t know what my future has in store for me but it would be great if I could right the right minded people to work with – full of passion and heart.

Where can we find out more about you?

I have my own YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/@danieltuladhar and I am also on all streaming services.

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