Dan Brown’s rise as a bookish superstar is all the more astonishing when you learn that his first shot at fame came in the 1990s as a singer/songwriter. His first CD, “Dan Brown,” had hotshot Barry Fasman as a producer and featured an A-list of session men, including Madonna’s bass player and the drummer from the Doobie Brothers.
These clips from albums "Angels & Demons" and "Dan Brown" offer a sample of his style. Read about author Lisa Rogak's new unauthorized biography "The Man Behind the Da Vinci Code" and find more tidbits from Brown's past endeavors in December's issue of New Hampshire Magazine.
976-LOVEAngels & DemonsSweet Pleasure of PainPeace In Our TimeAll songs written by Dan Brown, copyright DGB Music.
This article appears in the November 2005 issue of New Hampshire Magazine