426 County Road 4
Prattville, AL 36067
Date: Thursday Sep 12, 2024 at 07:00 PM Doors: 5:00 PM
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Rehab is Danny Boone (a Bio)

Danny Boone Alexander planted the seeds for the band Rehab in Warner Robins, GA in the 1970's. Danny Boone Alexander was raised in a home where music was always played. Whether he was listening to his very first album, a present from his Poppa, featuring Johnny Paycheck's "Take This Job and Shove It," or sitting on the hood of a car on Dunbar Road at the Crazy 8 Race Track and hearing "Sky Rockets in Flight" during the Bicentennial celebration, most of Danny's earliest memories revolve around music. Although he listened primarily to rock and southern
rock for much of his childhood, almost failing fourth grade in his obsession with Kiss, the arrival of the Beastie Boys, Run DMC, and NWA birthed and cemented his love for hip hop. He first rapped at age 15 in the Northside High School gym during a pep rally. Since that first performance, Danny has always worked, in some capacity, to create music.

In Danny's late teens, he first worked professionally with one of his still close friends, Denny "Steaknife" Campbell. They called their partnership "Prime Suspect." When they later met Jason Brooks, Rehab was officially born. Steaknife found himself in the legal system and Rehab, as Danny Boone and Jason Brooks, was signed to Epic Records and released "Southern Discomfort" in 2000 which featured Goodie Mob's Cee-Lo and Big Gipp as well as Cody Chesnutt. The band sold over 140,000 units of the cd and hit the top 15 of the Modern Rock charts with "It Don't Matter." They toured nationally in support of the Vans Warped Tour and bands like Linkin Park and the Kottonmouth Kings.

After Danny Boone and Brooks parted ways due to creative differences, the band was reborn and Graffiti the World was recorded with the participation of the band members and A-Listers like Bonecrusher, Phil Tan and Billy Hume. The cd was released independently before Danny signed with Universal Records in 2008. Collaboration with Hank Williams Jr. on a remake of Graffiti's "Sittin at the Bar" resulted in a CMT nomination for the Wide Open Country Video of the year in 2009. Rehab was also featured on Rolling Stone Hot List; for that renamed single, "The Bartender Song." Danny Boone continued to make music as Rehab , working with DavidJones and signed to Average Joes, and later released music, again independently, with Jericho.

Rehab has continued to tour since 2005, save a 5 year hiatus beginning in 2013, and looks forward to the post pandemic work that awaits.

Danny Boone works every day creating FIRE! Rehab has once again been rehabbed! From now on, "Rehab" is Danny Boone
Event Details
This show is 21 & Over
Thursday Sep 12, 2024 at 07:00 PM
5:00 PM
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