Daniel P Carter is a musician and radio DJ. Radio DJ Daniel P Carter currently hosts BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show, and is also the bassist for ‘A’, and guitarist for alternative rock band ‘Bloodhound Gang’, amongst other musical projects.
Daniel first achieved mainstream success with the band ‘A’, having played with them since 1998, releasing four albums and touring the world many times over playing shows and festivals with the likes of Blink 182, Deftones, Lostprophets, Muse and The Offspring.
In 2005 Radio DJ Daniel P Carter went on to team up with old friend and established songwriter Julian Emery and fellow ‘A’ member Jason Perry, and formed “Collective”, a songwriting and production team. Their first project was co-writing and producing the debut album from Matt Willis, “Don’t Let It Go to Waste”. Radio DJ Daniel P Carter co-wrote “Luxury”, “Who You Gonna Run To”, “Get Bored”, “Not Over” and “What’s the Point”. The album reached gold status and included three top 40 UK singles.
The team’s next project was McFly’s third album, “Motion in the Ocean”. The album reached the top 10 and produced three No. 1 singles in the UK. Radio DJ Daniel P Carter co-wrote “Star Girl”, which was a No. 1 single and the first song to be broadcast from space, and “Friday Night”, which also appeared on soundtrack of the 2006 film “Night at the Museum”.
“Collective” have also been involved with a string of writing sessions with the likes of Sugababes and Andrea Corr.
These days, Radio DJ Daniel P Carter continues to present BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show, providing listeners with the freshest rock sounds.
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