Danny McCulloch

Daniel Joseph 'Danny' McCulloch (born 18 July 1945) is an English musician, best known for having been the bassist of the 1960s psychedelic rock group Eric Burdon & The Animals.[1]

McCulloch was born in Shepherd's Bush, West London, England. In late 1966, after the breakup of the original incarnation of The Animals, McCulloch joined the "New Animals". They released a series of albums and hit singles, including "San Franciscan Nights", "Monterey" and "Sky Pilot". Band members Vic Briggs and McCulloch were fired from the band.

McCulloch and Briggs started a duo career. In 1969 they released the album Wings of a Man. In 1971 McCulloch was the bassist on Red King's solo LP.

In 1993 he put together a new Animals group, which rerecorded the old hits and a few others. In 1995 he recorded a second solo album, Beowulf. In the 2000s he was touring with a new Animals formation, called Animals and Friends.

He is not a relation of either Henry McCullough (who did work under original Animal Chas Chandler's management) or Jimmy McCulloch, both members of the 1970s band Wings.