Danny Harper began his country music career at the early age of 13 by winning numerous talent shows which led to his guest appearance on the popular Hal Lone Pine Show in 1962.
Later Danny would host his own TV show out of Bangor in 1972. That same year he recorded his first 45 record and it wasn't long before he was performing up and down the coast to large audiences. In 1986 he recorded his first album, "Honky Tonks Have Been My Home", which had much local success and eventually caught the ear of a Nashville Management Team. In 1987, he recorded his first Nashville produced album, "New Horizons" and the next year the "Living, Loving, & Losing" album, which produced the ever popular self penned, "Uncle Clyde" and "Heartache Remover".
Throughout the 1980's, Danny Harper opened for many Nashville acts, the likes of Conway Twitty, Reba McIntire, Lee Greenwood, Gene Watson, Bobby Bare and many other big name acts.
In 1988, he had the opportunity to open a show for international star, Johnny Tillotson. A relationship quickly developed and Danny became Tillotson's opening act touring New England and Canada. In the early 90's Danny would become the opening act for the late and great Dick Curless. Unfortunately, a family tragedy would be the undoing of a very promising future in country music and in 1993 he left the business abruptly.
After over a decade from the music business his grandson inspired him to return to his music with a new CD "One More Time", which has been received with rave reviews and success. The Danny Harper Show is a must see for the die hard traditional country music fan and offers the best in family entertainment.