Danny Lueck

Danny Lueck hails from the great state of Wisconsin. He began playing drums at age 10, and became a club-playing musician by ninth grade. Having received a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion performance from the University of Wisconsin in 1998, Danny moved to the Dallas area to pursue graduate work in Jazz Studies at University of North Texas. After returning to Wisconsin in 2004, Danny continued his career as a drummer with John Harmon, Bay City Swing, Janet Planet, Steve March-Torme, Woody Mankowski, and Ziji. Danny has taught over a thousand percussion lessons, clocked hundreds of hours of studio recording, played on numerous albums for artists across the country, and has been contracted to play for artists such as Martin Short, Clem DeRosa, and Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra.

 Danny currently serves as drummer with local bands Alive Again:Music of Chicago and Big Mouth and The Power Tool Horns. Danny also serves as AV Design Engineer at Camera Corner in the Green Bay area where he lives with his wife, two sons, and dog Riley.