Polynesian/Australian singer, entertainer, and actor Danny Faifai has performed worldwide, and with a resume that includes some of the Australia’s most prestigious events, corporate work, awards nights, celebrity weddings and TV work, Danny is in high demand for his exceptional vocal talent, engaging sense of humour and energetic onstage charisma.
Danny grew up in Moera, New Zealand. Major musical influences include his ancestral roots, a beautiful mix of Samoan Island music and traditional Māori cultural songs. Throw in Elvis, Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Neil Diamond and Engelbert Humperdinck, and you have a well-rounded sound.
Danny has meticulously crafted his shows into a veritable chronicle of showstoppers, a playlist of past and current hit songs, with everything from Prince to Bruno Mars, Barry White to Justin Timberlake, Country to Rap, Ballads, Pop, Disco, and Funk – he is unlike anyone you’ve ever heard – truly one of a kind.
Danny has shared the stage both here and abroad with renowned recording artists Callum Scott, Guy Sebastian, Tina Arena, Jon Stevens (Noiseworks and INXS) Tania Djoko (Bachelor Girl), Ricki-Lee Coulter, Mark Gable (The Choirboys) and U.S. Gospel legend Bebe Winans.
Flown around the world for major companies and clients in diverse destinations including Dubai, New York, Abu Dhabi, Spain, Hawaii, South Africa, Fiji, Hong Kong, Rarotonga and Macau, Danny has left audiences wanting more – every time.
Danny was part of the first ever trio ‘The Koi Boys’ on ‘The Voice Australia’. Song writing and recording credits include writing the title track ‘Meant to Be’ on their first album which hit No.1 on the New Zealand charts.