Born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1966, Danny Hubbard began studying guitar under former Light Crust Doughboy Kenneth Pitts at age 11. While still in high school he began performing professionally with the local jazz group Night Works based out of Texas Wesleyan University, as well as country singer Brent Van Sickel and Contemporary Christian artist Steve Ivey.

Upon graduation from high school, he was awarded scholarships to Texas Tech University and The University of Texas At Arlington. Danny began playing guitar and bass with several DFW area bands such as Selinza Mitchell and The Larch, The Radio Kings, The Soul Kitchen, The Sidemen, Buddy Whittington, Crawfish, Rodney Bowens, Robert Ealey, Dennis Cavalier, and many others.

Danny has played guitar on recording sessions for Ann-Margret, Englebert Humperdinck (on the Grammy nominated "Always Hear The Harmony"), Ron Chapman, Johnny Rodriguez, Sammi Smith, and Jewel Akens.

He has worked as a sideman for such artists as Rich Little, Steve Holy, The Platters, The Coasters, The Drifters, Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, and The Marvelettes.

Danny has performed in opening acts for The Little River Band, Neal McCoy, The Beach Boys, The Monkees, Gladys Knight, Robert Earl Keen, Diamond Rio, Joe Louis Walker, The Meters, Doyle Bramhall, and others.

Danny currently resides in Burleson, Texas, with his wife, Karen, and daughter, Anna.