Manhattan-based Denny Love is a pop, R&B/soul singer and songwriter originally from Central New York. His style is often compared to the likes of his main influence, Prince as well as James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Janet Jackson. Denny has studied the piano since age 3, and voice since the age of 7. Coming from a hard-working Italian-American family, his drive and essence are evident in his sweat-filled, dance-filled, heart-pounding non-stop high energy showmanship in his performances with a 10-piece funk-infused band.
Upon graduating from Syracuse University with a degree in music, he embarked on his songwriting journey. Writing for his own projects as well as other artists in the industry, he has written songs pitched to many pop artists, R&B artists, and collaborated with hip hop artists as well. Recently Denny co-wrote the song “What If” by artist Adam Friedman, with Friedman, Robopop and Emily Katter. The song was featured and performed on The Bachelor in 2017 and was also performed on the Today Show. He has received many accolades for his performances nationally and continues to work in both NYC and Los Angeles. Denny is working on an upcoming EP Called “At The End of the Day” with production by DJ Mode. He is also working on a mixtape featuring songwriting and production by himself, Lil Bird and Miles Felix.