Daniel Peter Bedrosian was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, the third child of concert level classical pianists Peter & Jeanne Bedrosian. Danny's first of many Classical Concert Recitals took place at the age of five, the very same year winning the bronze medal in his first Musical Theory and Performance Competition, beating many fellow pianists double his age. Three years, and half a dozen concert recitals later, at the age of only 8, Bedrosian would win the gold medal at the same competition against competitors raging from the ages of 5-19 years old.
In the years ahead until he was 18, Bedrosian would play in dozens more Classical Concert Recitals amongst his peers playing pieces by composers such as Khatchaturian, Bartok, Beethoven, Sanucci, Bach, Tcherepnin, Grieg, Vandall, and many more.
Danny's interests in jazz and R&B began at the age of 10 amidst his classical studies as well, as he played keyboards and sang in various local Latin, Metal, and Hip Hop Groups.
The first group he fronted won a local battle of the bands, and sparked Bedrosian to consider a deeper move into the industry. Since the age of 11, Bedrosian had been moved more by the P-Funk than any other group, and aspired himself to start what would eventually be the 18-piece New England based, super-funk group Sweet Motha' Child.
From 1998-2003 Bedrosian was the Band Director, Keyboardist, Lead Vocalist, Arranger, Manager, Booking Agent, Frontman, Lyricist, and chief songwriter of the successful group. Under his reigns, Sweet Motha Child would release six albums, and Bedrosian's production company handled album production and release for various projects in the New England region.
Between the ages of 16 and 20, Bedrosian met and befriended his longtime musical favorites in George Clinton & Parliament-Funkadelic. Upon these meetings, Bedrosian would go to FL for a week to do session work for George Clinton. He would be asked to do the same for Bo Diddley months later.
He and keyboardist Jerome Rodgers worked diligently for months with bands and in the studio, and Rodgers landed Bedrosian a job as keyboard tech for George's keyboardists. Within months, Bedrosian was brought into the fold as full time musician in the band, and has played all over North America, The Caribbean, Europe, Australia and New Zealand with P-funk.
Daniel is now featured on a handful of live P-funk releases, P-funk albums and spinoff albums. His credits include Executive Producer for Jerome Rodger's debut album, and appearances on the BET 25th Anniversary Spectacular, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Last Call with Carson Daly. Bedrosian also has played keyboards for P-funk offshoot bands such as The 420 Funk Mob, Divadelic & COP, Drugs, Cacophonic FM, GCIII Varsity Squad, and The Church of High Voltage.
He released his debut solo album in September of 2005, and has received great reviews from the world over. Aside from the release, Bedrosian is currently CEO, Producer & Engineer of his Production and Publishing Company BOZFONK.
Albums by Som’n Fierce, MoonChild, Secret Army, The Soular System, Asphalt Panda, Teresa Jimenez, Clonin the Wheel and Sweet Motha’ Child have come out on through Bedrosian’s work with these two aforementioned companies between 2005 and 2009.
In October of 2008 Danny played keys for the special George Clinton and the Gangsters of Love Halloween performance featuring RZA on the Late Show with David Letterman. Danny also performed with George Clinton, P-Funk, and Sly Stone at one of the inaugural balls in Washington DC for President Barack Obama.
In 2009 Danny Bedrosian's Secret Army opened for George Clinton and Parliament- Funkadelic, with Danny handling double duty in cities from Boston to Orlando. Danny had his debut tour with his band Secret Army up and down the east coast of the United States.
Danny's music world appears to just keep growing and growing, and only keeps getting better.