Dana Parish

Singer/ Songwriter/ NY’er/ Dog-rescuer/ Champion for those suffering with Lyme and associated diseases

Dana Parish is a NYC-based SonyATV singer/ songwriter known for her powerful voice and emotional delivery. Parish's first single, "Not My Problem", from her debut album Uncrushed, charted at #23 on Billboard, and she soon became one of the highest-charting independent artists ever. This led to several appearances on major talk shows, including The CBS Morning Show, Good Morning America, and KTLA. An in-demand songwriter, Parish penned two songs (Thankful and Always be Your Girl) on the most recent Celine Dion album and had the #1 song in China with "Someday I'll Fly" by G.E.M. Her song "Broken Ones" performed by Jacquie Lee, The Voice Season 5 finalist, was a chart success. She is now working on the albums of superstars. While still fully engaged in her music career, Dana has become an advocate and champion for those suffering with Lyme and other tick-borne diseases.