Inspiringly Talented Breakout Musicians Danny Lamb & The Association Deliver A Message Of Hope In “Bigger Than Me”
“Bigger Than Me” Featured in Global Livestream on October 25, 2022 For International Awareness Day of Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus. Watch The Concert Here
Fueled by all the nuance that makes up our individualistic naivety, Niagara On The Lake, ON’s Danny Lamb & The Association deliver a powerful anthem paying homage to shameless idealists and dream chasers in their most recent single, “Bigger Than Me.”
Inspired by the self-discovery process that comes with a heart-wrenching coming of age story, “Bigger Than Me” is more of a proclamation of greatness than a musical production.
Danny Lamb & The Association sought out to create an up-lifting track, and the delivered on their promise. “Bigger Than Me” is rooted in Lamb’s struggles with Hydrocephalus – and his success as not only an ambassador of hope, but a breakthrough musician.
“When I was 18, I became the Young Ambassador of what was then known as the Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus Association of Ontario,” says Danny Lamb as he recounts his early activism years. “‘Bigger Than Me’ is the product of how my own personal story – and experiences – have shaped and continue to pave the way for those big dreams I had when I was younger, and now having an initiative A Song, A City helps those in need even more.”
“Bigger Than Me” reflects Danny Lambs ambitions while telling the story of a dreamer – a persistent one at that. Time after time, we watch the world take the light from those who have the courage to dream boldly. Lamb sought after a career in music when he was younger, but as his experiences in life have shaped his world view, he has changed course, hoping to use his platform and artistic expertise as a vessel for change.
“I’ve always looked up to artists who have used their platform/songs/voice to speak up, creating a space to address social issues and create more equity in the world.”
Danny Lamb is a singer/songwriter, producer, musician, activist, and humanitarian. Moved by the power of music, Lamb’s passion for activism combined with his knack for musical compositions gives him an uncanny ability to connect with listeners while urging them to be the best they can be.
Lamb finished his first arrangement in Recife, Brazil as a 16-year-old Rotary Exchange Student. Realizing he had tapped into something he was truly passionate about; he has been writing, touring, and releasing music ever since.
While the young breakthrough artist may seem green, he has amassed quite the CV – and audience. Lamb has shared the stage with artists such as Marianas Trench, Mark Lalama, Fefe Dobson, Michael Wainright, Tal Vaisman, Brian Melo, and many, many more. His music and talents have been featured in outlets such as Niagara Life Magazine, CHCH, Canadian Musician Magazine, CTV, and the BBC.
We would like to thank Eric Alper for the press release and artist profile.