Artist-in-Residence, Awendaw Green
While an extensive tour schedule keeps Danielle on the road most of the year, she also works as artist-in-residence at Awendaw Green. Awendaw Green’s founder and owner of the Echaw Creek Swamp house, Eddie White, says “The house resonates nicely and creaks at the right moments to produce beautiful noise. With Danielle in charge it was truly beautiful.”
Film & Television
2011- "Army Wives" episode 507, Strategic Alliances directed by Melanie Mayron. Acctress and musician
2011 - "The Wise Kids" independent film, supporting role
2010- "Army Wives" episode 405, Evasive Maneuvers directed by Melanie Mayron. Acctress and musician
2009 - "A Fork In the Road" movie Soundtrack appearance
2007 - Yaklut of Japan. Vocal performance on theme song for television and radio commercials to air in Japan for year-long campaign for Yaklut yogurt.
2007 - “The Four Children of Tander Welch” indie/feature original film score by Danielle Howle
2007 - “Wash Hands” signature song composition and video appearance for Pandemic Flu epidemic educational programming for D-HEC of SC and SC/ETV
2007 - Good Morning Columbia live performance WACH FOX 57 Columbia, SC
2007 - Television commercial appearance for Darfur rally – all local stations Columbia, SC
2007 - WACH 57 FOX live performance cable access show Columbia, SC
2007 - “701 Gallery” original music score for short documentary on refurbishment of the 701 community center, located in the historic mill village of Olympia in Columbia, SC
2006 - WBIR TV/ NBC “Live at Five” musical performance, Knoxville, TN
2006 - World Café Live performance opening for Edwin McCain WXPN Philadelphia, PA
2006 - TJ and Tommy’s show Live performance for Comcast Channel 2 Charleston, SC
2006 - Live performance of the signature song “Remember my Name” on 2 forum ETV shows for Domestic Violence in SC to support the “Remember My Name” 5-part series for ETV.
2005 - "Remember My Name" 5 Part series for SC Educational Television on domestic violence. Signature songs: "Remember My Name", "Ignition" and other materials.
2005 - "Free Beer Tomorrow" Short film written and directed Ashlon Langley. Songs: "Conversation", "Roses From LeRoy's" and "Swamp Song"
2004 - Deputy Billy ETV- SC guest appearance and performance
2003 - "The Station Agent" Feature length film, song: "Subclassic" on Skorborealis, Daemon records.
2003 - "Sweet 16 and Licensed to Drive" Mary Kate and Ashley video game. Songs: "Hello Kitty" and "Camaro Power" from album: Skorborealis on Daemon Records
2003 - 2002 Music Coordinator and music contributor for feature length film "Intentions" by Luane Beck
2003 - music contributor to the film "Mine"" by Schroder tracks are from Howle's band Lay Quiet Awhile. Songs: "Oh brother" and "Hunger of the Ant Mutants" from album: Delicate Wire
2002 - South Carolina Educational Television show "HomeGrown" featured Danielle Howle and The Tantrums on one episode.
2002 - SCETV commercial spots for "HomeGrown" show featured "Host for the Notes" from album: Do A Two Sabel on Daemon Records.
2001 - Assistant Music Coordinator and music performance contributor "Glissando" by Chip Hourihan feature length. Cover tune "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell Howle also performs on other tracks courtesy of Daemon Records. www.glissandofilm.com
2001 - Documentary "And The Sad Will Fall Away" by Beck Sullivan, produced by Mad Monkey Song: "And The Sad Will Fall Away" by Danielle Howle produced by Jay Clifford
2001 - Documentary "SC Model One-Stop Video"" produced by Hindell Garrison SCDESD, Song: "Hometown Heroes" by Danielle Howle *Winner of National Telly Award
1999 - "Faces Of Columbia" Documentary for SC Chamber of Commerce. Songs: "From the Tops of Trees", "Hey You", "Ode To the group Boys" and "Tie Up The Moon" from album: Catalog on Kill Rock Stars, "Hey You" from Handpicked records compilation.
1998 - ESPN Final Four Women's Basketball Half time Game Bio, Song: "She Has a Past" Album: Do a Two Sabel Daemon Records.
1998 - Documentary "Alma" by Ruth Leitner, Song: "The Parlor" from album: About to Burst on Simple Machines Records
Music score for the Documentary “Full Disclosure” by Brian Palmer
Short Film documentary co-producer and writer for “Never Said It Was Easy” the music of Chris Conner from the band, The South.
Short Film documentary co-producer and writer for “Meet Mark Bryan” a musical performance and interview with Mark Bryan, guitarist and songwriter of Hootie and The Blowfish.
2010 - Artist in Residence, Awendaw Green in Awendaw, SC
2009 - Creative Writing Program Morganton Elementary School, Morganton NC
Saluda Shoals Park "Singing in the Woods program sponsored by Musicians and Songwriters Guild of SC
2008/09 - Artist in Residence Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, Columbia, SC
2007 - Lecture and Live performance, Columbia College, "The ritual of writing and being a part of living history", Columbia, SC
2006 - Lecture and Live Performance at Penn State University. “Being a songwriter and a touring musician”, State College, PA
2005 - Music Business class lecture with touring musician focus for Columbia Guitar Academy.
2005 - Penn State campus in State College, PA: Songwriting demonstration, business discussion and performance.
2005 - SC Traditional Arts Network sponsors creative writing demonstration: teaching songwriting in the classroom workshop.
2005 - Artist in Residence Crayton Middle School, Columbia, SC
2005 - Speaker College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
2004 - South Carolina Traditional Music Conference Performance/Panelist
2004 - Panelist: “Women In the Music Business” Estrojam Music Festival Chicago, IL
2004 - Performer: Estrojam Music Festival Chicago, Il
2003 - Artist in Residence Great Valley Performing Arts Center, Malvern, PA
2003 - Speaker/performer Penn State, State College, PA
2003 - Speaker Columbia, College Columbia, SC
2003 - Speaker USC Young Dancer’s program
2003 - Speaker Ridgeview High School Music class Columbia, SC
2003 - Speaker/performer Rosewood Elementary School Columbia, SC
2003 - Media Model for Girl Scouts of the Congaree Media Campaign in South Carolina
2003 - Songwriter Workshop for Girls Scouts of The Congaree
2003 - Panelist/performer CMJ songwriter's in the round
2003 - Performer: Future of Music Coalition Washington, DC
2002 - Performer: Future Of Music Coalition, Washington, DC
Community Work And Benefit ConcertsSewee Association
Girl Scouts of The Congaree
South Carolina Education Radio and Television Fundraising drives
Rock the Vote
SC Sexual Trauma Center
Fundraising concerts for Drama and music students in Public Educational Programming