Danny Wood is an established singer, songwriter, and producer who rose to fame as a member of the band, New Kids on the Block. He is also a fitness enthusiast, entrepreneur, and fundraiser for his foundation, Remember Betty. The foundation raises money for breast cancer patients in need of financial assistance.
Wood's first solo venture outside of New Kids on the Block was a one-man, all-instrumental project dubbed D:Fuse, which released the albums Room Full of Smoke (1999) and Room Full of Smoke, Vol. 2 (2003). His first solo album under his own name, titled Second Face, arrived in 2003 and featured rock-heavy tracks. An acoustic tour followed, and fans were then introduced to the exclusive project O.F.D: Originally from Dorchester. This CD was only available at the time to concert attendees. His 2008 album, Coming Home, was followed one year later by Stronger: Remember Betty, an album that dealt with the loss of his beloved mother, Betty Wood, for whom the foundation is also named.
After reuniting with New Kids on the Block in 2008, Wood didn't return to his solo endeavors until 2016 with the release of Look at Me, which featured the single 'Hold On.' With 2020 in motion, Danny is now edging on to the release of his latest solo efforts in conjunction with the success of NKOTB. Recently, Danny ventured into the world of new media with his YouTube channel 'The Wood Works,' producing content with the themes of family, food, fitness and fun. The channel releases a new video every Tuesday at 12pm EST/9am PST.