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Pop / Rock 03/11/2010

USA's Teen Pop/rock Sensation Daniel Landers Takes Europe By Storm

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Serge Entertainment Group) - Daniel Landers, the new teen pop/rock sensation, has been making an indelible mark on the European music scene over the last few weeks. His song "Find Another You" just broke the top pop station in Berlin, Germany - RTL 104.6 Berlin Music - and is getting airplay in four other regions. The video for "Find Another You" - - is getting airplay on TV shows in Holland. "Find Another You" reached over 20,000 views on youtube in slightly over one week, and is now available on itunes and as well as other download sites.

The pop singer/songwriter/musician is also scheduled to perform "Find Another You" on New Years' Eve at Musikantenstadl in Klagenfurt, Austria - an event that is broadcast live in nine countries in Europe. To add to all the excitement, Landers was interviewed on October 22nd by a top radio station in Germany - Radio Hi-Tec - and he will perform on January 29th and 30th, 2011 at the Western Experience in Holland - a show that draws 50,000 to 100,000 visitors a day.

About Daniel Landers
Albert Einstein once said, 'You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else'. That is probably the only rule you will find Daniel Landers following.

At just 17 years old he is an accomplished singer, songwriter, musician and actor with fans across the globe. Although Daniel was born in Beverly Hills to a show biz family, he has grown up in his favorite place in the world-a sleepy town in South Florida. He lives the ultimate double life- following his passion for songwriting and performing all over the world-- and coming home to chill with friends and family. His original songs reflect his personality-classic rock and roll with an edge. Humor and sarcasm weave their way through his catchy pop/rock tunes and guitar riffs. His music and lyrics really reach out emotionally, depicting the daily drama of high school. Daniel attends a high school for the academically gifted, which also adds to the dichotomy of his teen life.

You are sure to find Daniel Landers on the road less traveled. He has been a vegetarian since he could make the decision himself at the age of 4 when he decided to 'stop eating friends.' He is an outspoken animal advocate and environmentalist. He fights for what he believes in.

At the age of two, Daniel made his acting debut in Hollywood, California, and his stage debut at age 4 when he sang and danced with the cast of the hit children's TV and stage show, The Huggabug Club. When Daniel was 9 years old, he had his first European hit, a duet with his mother, Audrey Landers, which he recorded and performed in several languages. That led to a solo CD for Europe, titled 'No School 'til Monday' that Daniel wrote and recorded in English and German. He was voted 'Europe's Rising Star of the Year' by the Euro Regional Charts. Daniel has been a guest performer on Variety specials all over Europe, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

'I work on my writing every day. My songs are my sanity.'

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