Britt Daniel is a vocalist/songwriter/guitarist who, since 1994, has led the Austin, Texas-based art/rock/pop collective Spoon on a journey from mid90s obscurity to their current post at the top of countless critical and commercial success lists. Widely regarded as one of America's bravest, most challenging rock bands of the past decade, Daniel and Spoon are riding a career high after releasing a trifecta of modern-day classic rock 'n roll albums (2001's Girls Can Tell, 2002's Kill the Moonlight and 2005's Gimme Fiction) that have appealed to fans on both sides of the independent/mainstream divide. Daniel's original compositions for Stranger Than Fiction (written with Brian Reitzell) are his most recent creations, and they precede Spoon's forthcoming sixth album, which is due out in early 2007.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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