Daniel Skye Plays Games With Patients At Seacrest Studios Washington D.C.

Daniel Skye continued his tour of Seacrest Studios by visiting our studio at Children’s National. During his interview he talked to us about how he got his start in the music business, his new life in Los Angeles, and all about what it’s like to be on tour. Daniel also told us his biggest inspiration when he writes his music: his life. “I write about real life experiences, what happens to me on a day-to-day basis.” Daniel’s piece of advice for all of our patients, “Be yourself!”

After the interview, Daniel and our patients took turns doing dramatic readings of popular song lyrics. After someone would read the lyrics, everyone had to guess what the song was. It was so much fun! After the game, patients had the chance to take pictures with Daniel. Thank you Daniel for spending time with us in Washington D.C.!

Daniel Skye Makes His First Trip To Seacrest Studios Philadelphia!


Written by: Eric Newby

Daniel Skye visited Seacrest Studios in the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for the first time to hang out with patients.  During his interview, Daniel weaved through his story as a young 13 year old who was encouraged to sing after speaking at his own Bar mitzvah. Daniel talked about how, at 15, it was difficult to move across the country with no friends; an experience that a patient had in common. After recounting his love for his mother’s spaghetti and meatballs, Daniel became the first Seacrest Studios Philadelphia guest to try out Virtual Reality for the patients!

Thanks so much to Daniel for visiting our patients, and inspiring us all!

Daniel Skye Meets Patients At Seacrest Studios Boston

Video by: Seacrest Studios Intern, Torie Wojick
Blog post by: Seacrest Studios Intern,  Sam Mangino

Seacrest Studios at Boston Children’s Hospital recently welcomed Daniel Skye for a visit! We learned that after performing at his Bar Mitzvah, his friends encouraged him to pursue his singing career. Now at 16, Daniel is currently on tour with Bebe Rexha which has allowed him to be able to play to larger audiences all across the country. He told us that since being on tour with Bebe, he’s become a better performer now that he’s played for different audiences than he’s used to.

During Daniel’s visit, patients got the chance to know him a little better. Fun facts about Daniel are that just the night before our interview, he tried pizza with toppings for the very first time! He hopes to one day have a Rolls Royce Phantom and be driving it around his favorite city, Los Angeles. As advice to aspiring musicians, Daniel told the audience to follow their dreams. He said that when you’re doing something you love, it won’t feel like work!

Thank you so much for visiting us, Daniel. We had a great time and wish you luck on the rest of your first big tour!