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Dan Brodie
Background information
Born 1974
Origin Australia
Genres Country, Rock, Alternative
Occupations Singer, Songwriter, Musician
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1998 - present
Labels EMI
Associated acts Dan Brodie and the Broken Arrows

Dan Brodie (b.1974) is an ARIA Award nominated singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia.

His debut EP, I'm Floatin' Mama was independently released in 1998; followed by his debut album, Big Black Guitar. Backed by The Broken Arrows (which featured his brother Chris on slide guitar), Brodie signed to EMI who re-released his debut album. Brodie's early work blurred the genres between alternative and country music; and as such he as the first artist to play both the Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Big Day Out in the same year.

Brodie's second album, Empty Arms, Broken Hearts was issued in 2002 and featured vocals by You Am I's Tim Rogers. Featuring the singles "Take A Bullet" and "Jesus, Try And Save Me" the album scored Brodie two ARIA Award nominations for Best Male and Breathrough Artist.

A critically acclaimed 'solo' album was released in 2005 that veered away from country into a more indie rock sound and was produced by Barry Palmer of Hunters and Collectors.

In addition to several Australian tours; Dan has also toured the U.S. (including an appearance at the South by Southwest Festival) and Europe.



  • I'm Floatin' Mama EP (1998)*
  • Big Black Guitar (1999)*
  • Empty Arms, Broken Hearts (2002)*
  • Beautiful Crimes (2005)


  • Hurricane (1999)*
  • I Love You Baby (2000)*
  • You Make Me Wanna Kill (2001)*
  • Take A Bullet (2002)*
  • Jesus Try and Save Me (2002)*
  • I Hope That We Get Home Tonight (promo only; 2003)*
  • Sunday Mourning/Wanna Shine (2005)
  • Sweetheart (promo only; 2005)

(*Dan Brodie and the Broken Arrows)

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