To say that Dan Arnold has an impressive resume for an artist that seemingly came out of nowhere 3 years ago would be an understatement. In January of 2014 an unknown singer/songwriter released his first single to Canadian Country Radio. A true farmboy from the wheat fields of Saskatchewan, with a love for rock n' roll, Arnold completely blurred the lines between rock and country. With an attitude reminiscent of Johnny Cash, guitar chops he credits to his love of 80s rock, and songwriting muscle which comes completely from his heart, Arnold gripped the attention of his peers and fans from the get-go. He has yet to release a single that hasn't charted in the top 100. In the summer of 2014, Arnold was in the process of releasing a third single to country radio when Invictus Entertainment President and CEO Jim Cressman contacted him with a unique opportunity to be part of a project entitled King & Cash. The duo skyrocketed to success. Playing 28 dates across Canada on the Outlaws and Outsiders tour, singles on rotation on country powerhouse stations (Country 105 Calgary), videos on rotation on CMT, and playing multiple festivals across the country including Calgary Stampede opening for Nelly/Kip Moore, they quickly became a household name. Arnold sharpened his touring chops, learning from the best and sharing the stage (and sometimes playing guitar) for Aaron Pritchett, George Canyon, Emerson Drive, Nelly, Kip Moore, and many other highly established acts from across the globe, and now continues a solo career. Taking what he describes as his own genre "Hillbilly Rock n Roll" to an entire new level, Arnold recorded a new single "Millionaire" and is in the process of putting together a new team and a new EP. Often considered one of the most outspoken, most controversial acts in the business, but gifted with charisma and performing power, Arnold now resides in White Rock, British Columbia, and continues to push the boundaries of the status quo, and the sonic limits of his sound.