New Album ‘The Glass Age’

The way we feel about one another hasn’t changed, but the way we communicate has.

Dan uses his exceptional storytelling to look at how our human experience and ways of connecting have changed through the ‘glass’, the screens, of virtual meetings and communication.

Voices From The Cones

Celebrating 400 years of glassmaking in Stourbridge.

A song cycle created to represent the long history and surrounding community of glass making in Stourbridge.

Songs (by Dan Whitehouse) and narration (by poet/storyteller John Edgar) born from an incredible archive of interviews with glass workers.

The Glass Age Tour

Join Dan and his special guests as he steps out from behind the glass on his UK tour.

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About Dan

Award-winning singer-songwriter Dan Whitehouse continues to renew, reinvent and reimagine – touching listeners with his observations and moving them with his sensitivity and impeccable songwriting.

“Wonderful” – BBC 6 Music

“Nothing short of beautiful” ****  – RnR Magazine 

Sitting on the foundations of teenage touring and recording with Naomi and Sonara, Dan’s early career culminated with a Reading Festival appearance in 2003. After going solo, Dan then signed to Reveal Records with whom he released three celebrated albums.

Now in 2022, we can hear his incredible new work The Glass Age – a collaboration with Swedish producer Gustaf Ljunggren which looks at how our human experience has been altered through the ‘glass’ of the digital world.

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Live Performances

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“A fine songwriter, a unique vocal talent and a talented multi instrumentalist / performer” – MAVERICK


Dan runs songwriting workshops and lectures for BIMM, mac Birmingham and for Company of Song as well as offering popular one to one mentoring.

“I believe in the power of creativity and self expression and this fuels all of my work” – Dan Whitehouse