Danny Sheridan is a musician, songwriter, producer, actor, and entertainment manager. In 2006 he also became a radio personality on 97.1 KLSX Free FM (CBS Los Angeles). He is credited as an influential electric bass player, and as the founder of the Eli Radish Band, pioneers of the so-called “outlaw country” music genre. This is a style that Sheridan’s former bandmate/vocalist David Allan Coe continues to perform today, with a string of hit songs like “Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)” and the ultimate anti-labor tune, “Take This Job And Shove It”. The lyrics of Coe's "Longhaired Redneck" forever memorialized the concerts he performed with Sheridan while fronting the Eli Radish Band. Although the young Sheridan was in his teens, Eli Radish toured with such notable acts as The Who and The Doors.
Danny Sheridan helped launch his then-girlfriend Playboy model Nina Blackwood’s TV career as MTV’s first video jockey (VJ), and in October 1983 US Magazine praised his “astute management” for "orchestrating her meteoric rise".
In 1988, Danny Sheridan married blues vocalist Bonnie Bramlett of Delaney, Bonnie & Friends On Tour with Eric Clapton fame, soon managing her 1990s career comeback where he wrote and produced the “Revolutionary Hard Rockin’ Blues” of their group, Bandaloo Doctors. The Doctors' music attracted the admiration of many Hollywood celebrities including Tom and Roseanne Arnold, and the musical couple was soon cast for several seasons of the hit ABC series Roseanne: Bramlett as the recurring character "Bonnie Watkins, the Waitress", with Sheridan writing music and appearing on-camera as "Hank the Bass Player" in "The Bowling Alley" episode, during which Bramlett, Sheridan and David Crosby perform Sheridan's song, "Roll On Down". People Magazine and Robin Leach’s Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous (who followed the Bandaloo Doctors during their tenure with the 1992 Ringo Starr Tour) praised Sheridan for "reinventing Bramlett’s career". Sheridan later went on to act with Pauly Shore.
Danny Sheridan’s songs have been performed by many artists, including Bramlett, Coe, Amy Madigan, Nia Peeples, and David Crosby. Sheridan has also composed for TV and film, most notably CHiPs, Fame, and the feature film Gang Related.
A musician-spokesman for the non-profit House Ear Institute, Sheridan's charity work has included: Farm Aid, Jerry Lewis’s Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethons and the MDA's Harley Davidson "Love Rides", the March of Dimes Telethons, the VH-1 Homeless video, the annual Musicians' Picnic, Recovery Net Radio, and the co-production of Easy Rider Magazine’s 1997 "Run For The Wild" concert to benefit the animal rescue Wildlife WayStation.
Through the years, Sheridan has been a speaker for Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI), the Durango Songwriters Expo, and in 2009 hosted the first annual Songwriters Experience workshops and seminars in Palm Springs, California. He has also lectured about songwriting and publishing at UCLA. Sheridan co-authored "Carl’s Jr." founder Carl Karcher's biography, and was an original advisory board member to top bass amplifier manufacturer SWR Sound Corporation