Dan Deacon Birthday & Fun Facts

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Oluwatosin Michael
Feb 28, 2024 By Oluwatosin Michael
Originally Published on May 13, 2022
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About Dan Deacon

Dan Deacon, or Daniel Deacon, was born on August 28, 1981, in West Babylon, New York, Long Island.
Dan Deacon is an electronic musician and an American composer based in Baltimore, Maryland. He is known all over the world for his live shows, where there is large-scale participation from the audience and is even interactive.
Dan Deacon was born and raised in West Babylon and graduated in 1999 from the West Babylon High School. He has since worked in many film productions as a film composer and albums that have both live recordings and computer music. He has also worked as a solo artist many times. The musician created a smartphone application for his America tour that synchronizes with the live show.
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Dan Deacon Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Dan Deacon’s net worth?

The net worth of Dan Deacon is known to be around $8 million.

How much does Dan Deacon earn per year?

It is not known how much Dan Deacon earns each year. However, his musical score, live shows, and other notable acts earn him a lot of money.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Dan Deacon?

The height of Dan Deacon is not known.

How old is Dan Deacon?

Dan Deacon was born on August 28, 1981. As of April 2022, Dan Deacon is 40-years-old.

Childhood And Education

Dan Deacon was born and brought up in West Babylon, New York, on Long Island. In 1999, he graduated from Babylon High School, and there he was a member of Channel 59, the local ska band, along with Tim Daniels of the podcast The Complete Guide To Everything.
Dan Deacon attended the Conservatory of Music at the State University of New York at Purchase. He performed his solo material there and played in different bands. He completed his graduation in electro-acoustic and computer music composition.
Dan Deacon was actually born as Daniel Deacon. There is no information about his family.
He moved to Baltimore, Maryland, in 2004. Along with his friends, he formed an art and music collective named Wham City.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Dan Deacon dating?

There is no information regarding the dating life of Dan Deacon.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Dan Deacon studied under Dary John Mizelle and Joel Thome.
When he was just a college student, Dan Deacon released the albums named 'Meetle Mice' and 'Silly Hat Vs. Eagle Hat' in 2003.
The first commercially distributed full-length album by Dan Deacon was 'Spiderman Of The Rings' which Carpark Records released in May 2007. This album marked the start of Deacon’s body of recorded work as an electronic-pop musician. Dan Deacon has even said that the success of this record changed his life.
In 2009, Dan Deacon went on tour with two other notable acts, No Age and Deerhunter, on tour named 'No Deachunter'.
On March 24, 2009, Deacon’s album, named 'Bromst,' was released. It features live instruments, including piano and a range of percussion instruments.
During his career, Dan also collaborated with Jimmy Joe Roche, the video artist, in September 2010. They produced a new piece of video art. It was shot at 't Schop, a farm in Hilvarenbeek, and some shots were shot near Tilburg. The movie was shown at the farm before Dan's show during the festival.
The solo studio records of Dan Deacon include 'Spiderman Of The Rings' of 2007 by Wildfire Wildfire/Carpark Records, 'Bromst' of 2009 by Carpark Records, 'America' of 2012 by Domino, 'Gliss Riffer' of 2015 by Domino, and 'Mystic Familiar' of 2020 by Domino.
His extended plays and singles include 'Green Cobra Is Awesome Vs. The Sun' (a single from 2003), 'Porky Pig' (a Standard Oil Records New Music Series from 2004), 'Twacky Cats' (a Comfort Stand Records from 2004), 'Acorn Master' (a Psych-o-Path Records from 2006), 'The Crystal Cat' ( a 7" single by Carpark Records from 2007), 'Dan Deacon/Adventure Split' (a 12" single of Carpark Records from 2009), and 'Woof Woof' (a single from 2009).
His credits as a producer include 'Ed Schrader's Music Beat, Riddles' from Carpark Records, released in 2018.
His other releases include 'Meetle Mice' of 2003, 'Silly Hat Vs. Egale Hat' of 2003, 'Goose On The Loose' of 2003, 'Live Recordings 2003' of 2004, the soundtrack of 'Ultimate Reality' by Carpark Records in 2008, the soundtrack 'Twixt' with Osvaldo Golijov of 2011, 'I Said No Doctors!' of Dymaxion Groove in 2017, the original soundtrack in 'Rat Film' by Domino Soundtracks in 2017, the original soundtrack in 'Time Trial' by Domino Soundtracks in 2018, the original soundtrack in 'Well Groomed' by Domino Soundtracks in 2020, the original soundtrack in 'Ascension' by Milan Records in 2021, the original soundtrack in 'All Light, Everywhere' by Milan Records in 2021, and the original soundtrack in 'Strawberry Mansion' by Milan Records in 2022.
The film scores by Dan Deacon include 'Ultimate Reality' in 2007, 'Hilvarenbeek' in 2010, 'Twixt' in 2011, 'Unedited Footage of a Bear' in 2014, 'Rat Film' in 2016, 'Growing Girl' in 2017, 'Time Trial' in 2017, 'Hi I Need to Be Loved' in 2018, 'Well Groomed' in 2019, 'Skin of Man' in 2019, 'And We Go Green' in 2019, 'Subject to Review' in 2019, 'Strawberry Mansion' in 2021, 'All Light, Everywhere' in 2021, and 'Ascension' in 2021.
He has also collaborated with other artists many times.

Charity Work

Charity work done by Dan Deacon is not known.

What awards has Dan Deacon won?

In November 2003, 'Silly Hat Vs. Egale Hat' was at number 18 in the Top 30 most played albums on WFMU.
'Meetle Mice' was the Third Best Album of 2003 on OCDJ's Top Ten Albums.
Dan Deacon got Best Solo Performer 2005 by Baltimore City Paper in Critics Poll and then Best Solo Performer 2006 by Baltimore City Paper in Readers Poll.
In July 2006, 'Acorn Master' was at number one in the Top 30 played albums on WFMU.
In May 2007, 'Spiderman of the Rings' was named Best New Music on Pitchfork. 'Spiderman of the Rings' was also named one of the best records of 2007 by CMJ New Music Monthly.
In 2007, Rolling Stone magazine listed 'The Crystal Cat' in the top 100 singles of 2007.
In March 2009, 'Bromst' was named Best New Music on Pitchfork.
New York Magazine named his performance with So Percussion at the Merkin Concert Hall as one of the top 10 classical music performances of 2011.
Baltimore City Paper named 'Gliss Riffer' the Best Album of 2015.
WTMD named the 'Spiderman of the Rings/Ultimate Reality' 10th-anniversary show as the Best Concert of 2018.
Cinema Eye Honors nominated the track 'Time Trial' for Best Original Score in 2019.
In the 2022 Cinema Eye Honors, the soundtrack 'Ascension' won the top award, Outstanding Original Score.
In the 2022 Cinema Eye Honors, the soundtrack 'All Light, Everywhere' was nominated for Outstanding Original Score.

Dan Deacon’s Hobbies And Interests

The hobbies and interests of Dan Deacon are not known.

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