This is beautifully reflected in his music, which is filled with love and joy, but never lacks profundity. At age 12 he started practicing the transverse flute, followed by the guitar just one year later. At age 14 he and his friends formed the Band Medrow in which he played the guitar, a broad range of flutes and acted as singer. When they split in 2005 they were mourned by a big fanbase. During his years with Medrow, Daniel also sang in the progressive rock band Murx (1996-1998) and the new metal band Clozer.
The split-up of Medrow was followed by a period of small projects, of which none lasted really long. In 2009 Daniel decided to leave the business world and enter the music world. He left his job in a sales department and started his singer-songwriter project Daniel Vagant. Since then he has been touring the whole of Germany playing gigs at pubs, festivals or as street musician. Although he mainly plays alone, since 2010 he is sometimes accompanied by his fellow musicians Stephan Vögl and Patrick Leipold (Daniel Vagant Duo or Daniel Vagant Trio).
The three of them also founded the funky-ska-rock band sexOphonics in early 2012 and were soon joined by Eric Chris Wolf (trumpets), Kai Bienert (saxophone) and Stefan Haus (trombone). In May 2011 Daniel Vagant independently released his debut album Sunspringlove comprising the earworms Feeling Easy , Maybe and Misfits of Liberty, the love songs Love is What I Need and Asleep and many more beautifully arranged songs. News, Videos, Music and Tourdates can be found under www.danielvagant.com. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..