Danny Murillo of When Everything Meant Anything covers “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer” in an exciting way

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Photos by Kyle Tucci

Danny Murillo of When Everything Meant Anything cover “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer” in an exciting way

Above photos: When Everything Meant Anything performing at Even Flow on November 23rd, 2013.

Lond Island singer-songwriter, Danny Murillo, of When Everything Meant Anything covered a Christmas favorite “Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer” on soundcloud. This is a Christmas cover for those with punk rock and anti-folk souls. Definitely follow the link to check it out.

Danny recently released his debut LP: “Reckless Commendations” which we definitely recommed. Danny is an incredible singer-songwriter. Many of his songs contain hooks that are bound for stardom. His music resembles Ace Enders and Brand New but in a new and flavorful way. Fan favorites are “A Valentine’s Gift for Sally” “The Zebra Song” and “Let Go.”

Danny has recently been seen playing at the music venue, Even Flow on Long Island. He was playing with Zack, the guitarist from Long Island punk band, Tip the Truck. Zack played drums with Danny. The crowd sang along and marched their feet to “Let Go.” Danny was encored after his last song. The crowd chanted “Zebra! Zebra! Zebra!” hoping that Danny would play his most popular song that was left out of his set. Fans were delighted when Danny started playing his legendary song. Everyone sang along and left the show with a smile. Listen to the Zebra Song.

Follow WEMA: https://www.facebook.com/WhenEverythingMeantAnything
Album: http://wheneverythingmeantanything1.bandcamp.com/album/reckless-commendations

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