Musician, DJ, and entertainer Gordon Daniels carried his unique blend of soulful, multi-genre compositions to stages all over the world. His musical connections and collaborations have brought him to perform to more than 80 countries around the world. As well as being a vocalist, Daniels expresses his passion for performance and his love for music playing guitar, piano, bass, a variety of percussion instruments, harmonica, ukulele, melodica and also performs as a DJ.
Daniels has performed for multiple United States Presidents, and was invited as a backup vocalist, to join artists on stage such as LeAnn Rimes, Michael McDonald, Vanessa Williams and Chris Brown. Originally established in Washington DC, Daniels led the Reggae/Funk/World Music group known as Lucky Dub for eight years. He was awarded Washington Area Music Awards, two-time Reggae Vocalist of the Year, two-time Band of the Year, and Album of the Year. He shared the stage with classic artists in the genre such as The Wailers and The Skatalites and has also received multiple songwriting awards for his original compositions, such as the Mid-Atlantic Song Competition.
As a DJ he specializes in Funk, and international styles including Afro, Brazilian, Caribbean, Latin and other world rhythms, performing under the moniker DJ bòfré. He currently divides his time between performances and travels throughout South America and South Florida, and contracted performances on cruise ships, events and festivals around the world.