Year of birth : 1987
Age: 28 years
Place of Birth : Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Citizenship : United States
In the 80s Huff brothers Dann (b. November 15, 1960) and David played Christian rock band "White heart".Once this team has released two unsuccessful albums, Dann decided to do session work and reached a new career is much more popular.
With whom he has just not worked - with Michael Jackson, Bob Seeger, Madonna, Mayor of Kerry, Vanessa Williams, Rod Stewart, etc.He attached his hand, and to the creation of the famous album "Whitesnake" - " 1987". By the end of the 80 Dann moved from Nashville to Los Angeles, where he planned to put together finally own gang.
The first person he drew in "Giant", was the native of New Jersey, keyboardist Alan Pasqua, which Huff has dealt for session work. Next was David ,which the elder brother entrusted drums. The fourth " giant " was a native of Memphis bassist Mike Brignardello.
GiantVokalista did not look, because these functions are assumed he Dann. In 1988, the "Giant" entered into a contract with the American company "A & M Records", and recorded his first album went to England. Produced "Last of the runaways" the former guitarist of "Charlie" Terry Thomas, who has worked with such orchestras as the "Foreigner" and "Bad company". Debut, made in the style of classic AOR (melodic hard rock) , contains several potential hits such as "Shake me up" and "Hold back the night".However, the most popular was the song "I`ll see you in my dreams".
The song, released single, landed straight into the top ten "Billboard". The release of the plate followed by a small European tour. During the tour, "Giant" was accompanied by guitarist Mark Oakley, cousin Mike Brignardello.
GiantO new phenomenon in melodik-rock found out the ubiquitous Japanese and published in 1990 in his polustudiynik - polukontsertnik "It takes two / Giant live!". The CD was released under the seal of the "A & M Records", but after a while, " giants " moved on "Epic records". Before recording the second official album "Giant" Alan Pasqua family problems were found ,and he was forced to leave the band. Perhaps because of his lack of "Time to burn" was more guitar- oriented and therefore somewhat more severe than the debut. The album was received well, but despite this the band soon broke up.
Dann Huff returned to his session work, and later gained fame ,"Megadeth" prodyusiruya albums. The revival of " Giant " happened in 2001, when the original line-up recorded their third album with the modest name "III". The CD was released on the famous European AOR- label "Frontiers". Two years later, the same firm has released a "giant " live album "Live and acoustic - Official bootleg".