Danielle Mulcahy is a illustrator, filmmaker, and multimedia artist residing in Massachusetts with a BFA in illustration and Film, Video. She has illustrated children's books, directed, shot, and edited creative films for children's camps, private companies, and herself. Lately she has been concentrating on mask making, creature building, and performance for her films while painting chickens and other lovely barn yard animals. She also spends time with processing sheep and alpaca fiber for spinning yarn for her shop BarnYard Saints. In her spare time she is outside mountain biking downhill and in a variety of other potential hazardous, adventurous situations.
Freddy & Francine: Drawing from influences like Ray LaMontagne, The Swell Season and The Rolling Stones, Freddy and Francine built their story behind beautiful vocal harmonies, a solid writing style and a captivating live set colored with tinges of country, rock n’ roll, folk, and pop and underscored by a soulful delivery reminiscent of classic R&B. Between 2008 and 2010, Freddy & Francine became favorites on the Los Angeles live circuit, building a word-of-mouth following with regular gigs at “listening rooms” such as Hotel Café, Vermont Restaurant, McCabe’s and the Cinema Bar. After a four year hiatus, Freddy & Francine are back together for a handful of shows in the L.A. area and there’s no telling what comes next.