Redheaded athlete-turned-musician Dan Godlin became the opening act for artists such as Howie Day, Tyler Hilton, Ryan Cabrera, and Anna Nalick shortly after the release of his debut album Loving On Empty, which garnered a spot on the Top 200 “Hot AC” radio charts and reached the #3 spot on iHeartRADIO's countdown.
Godlin's songs landed multiple placements on E!'s Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MTV's The Challenge, ABC Family's The Vineyard, and Teen Nick's Degrassi, to name a few. The first single "Where We Belong", off his follow-up EP, In Between, was featured on American Airlines' most popular radio station The Hit List (alongside Ed Sheeran, LMFAO, and Ariana Grande). Internationally, Godlin's music began gaining traction when his song "Hardly Wait" landed in the trailer of Chinese-Hong Kong major motion picture Women Who Flirt. Dan released his second full-length album, Ambition, in 2016 and soon began touring with chart-topping boy band of the early 2000s, O-Town, on their comeback tour of the US and Canada. That year, his most popular power-ballad to date "For Me, For Life" aired in the season finale of TNT's crime drama series Major Crimes. Other notable performances throughout Godlin's career include opening for Matt Nathanson, Colbie Caillat, and Plain White T's at the renowned Live In The Vineyard festival and showcasing at Hollywood's Annual MUSEXPO conference. Based in New York City, Godlin is currently producing a brand new single to be released in late 2017.