Danny Sanchez is the eldest of two. He was born and raised in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
Where he lived with his family. Danny was intrigued with music at a very young age.
His neighbor his idol, was a member of a well know local musical trio in the 60’s.
This idol with his vocal style & technique was able to nurture this musical fascination
In Danny that evolved into what are now his life-long passion; performing & recording
Salsa. In the years to come Danny was exposed to the musical industry and had the
Opportunity to showcase his talent throughout the tropical island of Puerto Rico.
In the Mid Eighties, Danny relocated to the “Big Apple” in hopes of broadening his
Musical talent. While in New York, in 1986; he was introduced to a band leader,
Ray Barretto by Tito Allen another fellow musician. This was the inception of what is now Danny’s professional music career. Ray Barretto became Danny’s friend, teacher &
Mentor. Barretto opened many doors and made it possible for Danny to further explore
his niche for music. Danny credits Barretto for the experience and exposure he gained
while collaborating with him.
In 1990, Danny joined a salsa group known as “Los Hermanos Moreno” with whom he
Sang for six wonderful years. During that time, Danny recorded several hits to include,
“Alguien Como Tu” “Danny Sanchez Going Solo” his latest CD debuts his remade version
of “Alguien Como Tu” an oldie but goodie. Danny was privileged to take his music on a
Successful European and Japanese Tour.
Danny performed with several different orchestras for twelve years. In 2004, after living
In Orlando, FL for two years he met his current Manger Bart”Chico” Flax of Chico’s Music
Productions. Chico with extensive management, recording and producing experience has
Made it possible for Danny to successfully materialize his solo career.
In 2006, with the help of Chico’s Music Productions Danny released his first Solo CD titled
“Danny Sanchez Going Solo” with the catchy hit song “Los 70’s. Danny anticipates on creatively
Working with his manger and associates to record more hits. Bring back Old School Salsa