Human Abstrakt - Danny Carwile
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Danny Carwile sings & plays bass

Danny got his start in the music business at the ripe old age of 5 when he realized that the Santa Claus at Macy's was actually a drunken Kenny Rogers. In thanks for not giving away his identity, Rogers took Danny under his wing, shaping and molding him into a a peaceful banjo player.

A year later, Danny had essentially mastered bluegrass and decided to turn his attention to the lucrative world of carnival game operations. The smell of animal dung mixed with the constant sound of popping balloons soon grew tiresome, however, and Danny decided to try to make a name for himself in the game show business.

After a brief stint as the guy who brings out the Plinko stick on "The Price is Right", Danny began to fail miserably in the showbiz industry. A few individually wrapped cheese slice commercials later and he found himself broke in the gutter drinking wine out of those multi-gallon containers you can only get at warehouse clubs.

A few weeks later, while covering up with a newspaper, Danny saw a classified ad that would change his life forever. Some guy was actually willing to pay $7.50/hour for regular spankings. Danny walked proudly into the interview, but didn't wind up taking the job because it didn't come with dental benefits.

Then some drummer asked him if he wanted to be in a band. Since Danny didn't have anything better to do, he reluctantly agreed. The rest is history.

Danny generally plays his Cort bass, though he will occasionally be seen with an Ibanez. He uses Ampeg amplification with Crate speakers. For singing, he prefers to use his voice.
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