Singer Daniel Market was raised in Evansville, IN. After he landed his first couple of gigs, he began to tour often, playing in clubs across the United States, including Nashville, where he spends a lot of his time. He has also been profiled in magazines like Performing Songwriter, and by 2000, had completed three effective full-length albums. Tasty Tunes From Esoteric Acres was his first. It carries numbers like "More Than Anybody Else" and "Some of Bud's Blues."
Market's second album is called Afraid of What I Wear. Tunes such as "Trailer Trash," "The Ballad of Lonely Clifford Green," "For Carrie," and "The Tirade Against Religious Hypocrisy Medley" offer listeners a blend of folk, blues, rock, and jazz. Wonderland Avenue is filled with the same style of music, allowing Market fans a third of helping.