Australian-born Indie Rock/Soul singer-songwriter Dan Krochmal has been stunning audiences into silence since his arrival to New York. With a clear, emotive voice that soars across octaves, Krochmal's performances are an entrancing fusion of soul, rock, blues and folk.

In late 2014, Krochmal paid homage to one of his heroes with a stand-out performance at the 17th Annual Jeff Buckley Tribute in Chicago, before embarking on a solo acoustic tour through the US. After performing in New York, he realized he was destined to call it home, returning in May 2015 with only a suitcase and his guitar. In August 2016, he opened for Reeve Carney (Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark, HBO's Penny Dreadful) at a sold out show at the world-famous Mercury Lounge, and in September for Fatai at Rockwood Music Hall at the final show of her sold out US tour. 

He currently performs nightly at venues around the East Village, transforming his experiences of New York into song. He has recently released a 14-track album that he wrote in ten days in Paris and self-produced in Nashville, and will be releasing his highly-anticipated sophomore studio album in 2017.