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Danielle Sines is a singer-songwriter for Chicago's Impulsive Hearts. She sings, shouts, plays guitar and piano, and records noises on tape recorders.She likes melodies that remind her of summertime.
When she's not dreaming up summery tunes, she's working as a marriage & family therapist, or volunteering for CHIRP Radio or Girls Rock! Chicago.
Danielle's latest release is called, metoo: a benefit for Resilience, a limited edition cassette tape EP with all proceeds donated to Resilience Chicago!
Event produced and directed by Julie Mueller with Assistant Producer Bobby Evers and Host Jenn Sodini. Podcast recorded, produced and edited by Jenn Rourke. Engineering by Ray Quinn.
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Sometimes cold Chicago winters inspire some sunny summer music. CHIRP volunteer Amelia Hruby hung out with Danielle and Dan of Impulsive Hearts before their show at the Beat Kitchen to discuss their recent, debut album Sorry in the Summer. They talked about recording the album in a house without appliances, their favorite tracks to play live, and what it means to be sorry in the summer.
produced by Jim Burchill
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