Danny Worsnop Gives A Heartwarming Performance At A Fan’s Wedding
Finally, something wholesome and sweet: Asking Alexandria frontman Danny Worsnop flew out to a couple’s wedding in Wichita, Kansas, for an intimate performance of his touching song Angels, a slow love song written for his fiancée. You can watch the official music video for the song below:
The couple, Chuck and Danae Marsh, reached out to Danny in December to see if he could make an appearance. Luckily, he was very willing, he even tweeted about it afterward. He sat down with an acoustic guitar to make the day even more special and take pictures with the bride and groom.
This is why I flew to Wichita. Danae contacted my office last December to see if there was any way she could get me to sing Angels at their wedding.— DANNY WORSNOP (@dannyworsnop) June 7, 2019
Turns out there was!
Congratulations to Chuck and Danae Marsh. Thank you for having me be a part of your special day. https://t.co/jtg5CdsZN0
In an interview Kerrang! did with Danny, he revealed 10 songs that changed his life. He didn’t fail to bring his own music into it, including a couple of Asking Alexandria tracks and his solo song High. “It was hard to write because it’s so vulnerable,” he admitted to Kerrang! about the intimate track. “I’ve never taken more than a day to write a song, apart from in the case of High, which took me a week. I finally finished it late one night before blacking out – I can’t actually remember completing it.
“I sat down a couple of days later to work on it, went into the files on my phone and there was a recording in there of the finished track,” he added. “It’s difficult for me to open up that much, to the extent that it was heartbreaking for me to write the words down. I was admitting so much about myself that I didn’t want to – stuff I’d been denying for so long.”
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