Danny O'Donoghue

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Danny O'Donoghue

Post  Guest on Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:14 pm

Current Status: Ready For Review



Voice Type: Tenor
Vocal Range: B♭2-F♯5

Significant High Notes:

F♯5 (''No Words'')
F5 (''Dead Man Waking'', ''Exit Wounds'')
E5 (''Exit Wounds'', ''Kaleioscope'')
E♭5 (''Walk Along'', ''Millionaires'')
D5 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Breakeven'', ''If You See Kay'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''Science And Faith'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''Exit Wounds'', ''Glowing'')
C♯5 (''Before The Worst'', ''The End Where I Begin'', ''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''Science And Faith'', ''Walk Away'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'', ''Give The Love Around'', ''No Words'', ''Kaleidoscope'')
C5 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Talk You Down'', ''Breakeven'', ''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''If You Ever Come Back'',
''Dead Man Walking'', ''Bullet From A Gun'', ''If You Could See Me Now'', ''Glowing'', ''Written In The Stars'', ''Hurricanes'')
B4 (''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''If You Ever Come Back'', ''Long Gone And Moved On'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''This=Love'',
''Walk Away'', ''None The Wiser'', ''Good Ol' Days'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'', ''Moon Boots'')
B♭4 (''We Cry'', ''The Man Who Can't Be Moved'', ''Breakeven'', ''Rusty Halo'', ''Fall For Anything'', ''If You See Kay'', ''Science And Faith'', ''None The Wiser'', ''Hurricanes'')
A4 (''Nothing'', ''If You Ever Come Back'', ''Long Gone And Moved On'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''This=Love'', ''Walk Away'', ''Exit Wounds'', ''We Cry'', ''Breakeven'', ''Lose Yourself'' live, ''No Words'', ''Written In The Stars'' live, ''Times Like These'' live)

Significant Low Notes:

C♯3 (''Science And Faith'')
C3 (''I'm Yours'', ''Times Like These'' live)
B2 (''I'm Yours'')
B♭2 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'')

Singer for the band 'The Script'. This Guys voice is amazing, his belted C5s sound astoundingly easy. At times his voice can sound like Jeff Buckley when he belts, a la ''Night Flight'' from sin-e and Stevie Wonder at times when in the higher fourth octave.
This thread is essentially finished, except for a couple of cover songs I gotta find.

Thread Originally By Popeye

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*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.


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Re: Danny O'Donoghue

Post  Buh-Red on Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:01 am

you should post some performances by him that we should check out Popcorn

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Post  Guest on Sun Jun 02, 2013 6:15 am

Felicia The Frank wrote:you should post some performances by him that we should check out Popcorn

Ok Smile here's a couple of random ones from the OP Smile

This is him performing in a live enviroment. He does't show that much range but si=till some nice singing.


I just like this song


Some very beautiful controlled phrasing here and falsetto up to Bb4 (Though he hits it in full voice too)


Some very Easy singing up to D5 here
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Re: Danny O'Donoghue

Post  Starman on Fri Jun 13, 2014 5:05 am

Guest wrote:Current Status: Ready For Review



Voice Type: Tenor
Vocal Range: B♭2-F♯5

Significant High Notes:

  • F♯5 (''No Words'')
  • F5 (''Dead Man Waking'', ''Exit Wounds'')
  • E5 (''Exit Wounds'', ''Kaleioscope'')
  • E♭5 (''Walk Along'', ''Millionaires'')
  • D5 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Breakeven'', ''If You See Kay'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''Science And Faith'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''Exit Wounds'', ''Glowing'')
  • C♯5 (''Before The Worst'', ''The End Where I Begin'', ''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''Science And Faith'', ''Walk Away'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'', ''Give The Love Around'', ''No Words'', ''Kaleidoscope'')
  • C5 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Talk You Down'', ''Breakeven'', ''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''If You Ever Come Back'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''Bullet From A Gun'', ''If You Could See Me Now'', ''Glowing'', ''Written In The Stars'', ''Hurricanes'')
  • B4 (''You Won't Feel A Thing'', ''For The First Time'', ''Nothing'', ''If You Ever Come Back'', ''Long Gone And Moved On'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''This=Love'',
    ''Walk Away'', ''None The Wiser'', ''Good Ol' Days'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'', ''Moon Boots'')
  • B♭4 (''We Cry'', ''The Man Who Can't Be Moved'', ''Breakeven'', ''Rusty Halo'', ''Fall For Anything'', ''If You See Kay'', ''Science And Faith'', ''None The Wiser'', ''Hurricanes'')
  • A4 (''Nothing'', ''If You Ever Come Back'', ''Long Gone And Moved On'', ''Dead Man Walking'', ''This=Love'', ''Walk Away'', ''Exit Wounds'', ''We Cry'', ''Breakeven'', ''Lose Yourself'' live, ''No Words'', ''Written In The Stars'' live, ''Times Like These'' live)

Significant Low Notes:

  • C♯3 (''Science And Faith'')
  • C3 (''I'm Yours'', ''Times Like These'' live)
  • B2 (''I'm Yours'')
  • B♭2 (''Hall Of Fame'', ''Six Degrees Of Seperation'')


Singer for the band 'The Script'. This Guys voice is amazing, his belted C5s sound astoundingly easy. At times his voice can sound like Jeff Buckley when he belts, a la ''Night Flight'' from sin-e and Stevie Wonder at times when in the higher fourth octave.
This thread is essentially finished, except for a couple of cover songs I gotta find.

Thread Originally By Popeye

.......................................................
*Orange marks notes with questionable registers: absolutely no use figuring out these.
*Blue marks probable non-modal notes.
*Red marks extremely bad, unimpressive or unintentional notes.
*Italics mark non-sung notes.

This is ready for review.
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