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Fyfe Dangerfield is an English singer-songwriter and musician. He is best known as the lead singer and songwriter of the band Guillemots. He was born on 7 July 1980 in London, England. Fyfe Dangerfield began his musical career in 2003, when he formed the band Guillemots. The band released their debut album, Through the Windowpane, in 2006, which was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The band released two more albums, Red and Through the Windowpane, before disbanding in 2012. Fyfe Dangerfield has also released two solo albums, Fly Yellow Moon and Control. He has also collaborated with other artists, including Rufus Wainwright, The Divine Comedy, and The Magic Numbers. Fyfe Dangerfield is 40 years old. He is approximately 5ft 8in tall and he has a slim build. Fyfe Dangerfield is currently single. He has not been previously engaged. Fyfe Dangerfield's net worth is estimated to be in the range of approximately $2 million in 2021, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He has earned his wealth from his successful career as a singer-songwriter and musician.

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On 21 September 2018, Dangerfield launched a new channel, - and seven days later began broadcasting a weekly 12-part audio series called "Birdwatcher", with each episode containing a surreal mix of songs, sounds and characters. The episodes, along with accompanying "menus", are available to stream & download for free from the channel.


In 2015, he produced on Slow Moving Millie's classical instrumental EP, Arms.


He composed music for the play, Howl's Moving Castle, based on the novel by Diana Wynne Jones, which is to be performed in London at Southwark Playhouse in the winter 2011 – 2012.

In 2011, a portrait of Dangerfield was painted by British artist Joe Simpson, the painting was exhibited around the UK including a solo exhibition at The Royal Albert Hall.


Dangerfield released the album Fly Yellow Moon under his own name on 18 January 2010. The album's first track "When You Walk in the Room" was the single of the week on iTunes in the week starting 15 March 2010.

A TV commercial for the British chain store John Lewis, first broadcast in April 2010, features Dangerfield singing the Billy Joel song She's Always a Woman.


In 2009, cellist Natalie Clein performed the world première of a new work by Dangerfield called "Eggshell Walker" at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester. Dangerfield has since written two further works for Natalie Clein – "Pogo and the Cage" in 2010, and "Turquoise Black", which she premièred at the 2011 Bath Festival – a performance also broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in June 2011.


Dangerfield also leads an improvising group Gannets (sometimes written as gaNNets). The members are Dangerfield on keyboards, Alex Ward and Christopher Cundy clarinets, Dominic Lash double bass, and Steve Noble drums. The band appeared on BBC Radio 3's "Jazz on 3" in March 2008, and at the London Jazz Festival in November 2011, the latter session also being subsequently broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Gannets played a ten-date tour of England in January–February 2012.


In 2007, Dangerfield was commissioned by the John Feeney Charitable Trust to write a piece for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) for one of the concerts that took place in October 2007 to celebrate the re-opening of Birmingham Town Hall. This was In Wait, a 30-minute orchestral composition, performed by cellist Eduardo Vassallo and the CBSO conducted by Nick Ingman. The second half of the concert was given by Guillemots accompanied by the CBSO.

In 2007 he sang "Lovers' Dream" with Anna Ternheim on her EP, Lovers Dream and More Music For Psychotic Lovers.

On 14 February 2007, he made an appearance on episode 20x03 of Never Mind the Buzzcocks (when Preston of The Ordinary Boys walked off the show), on Bill Bailey's team. On 21 June 2011, he performed on episode 07x11 of the Graham Norton Show. On 11 June 2015 he was a guest on BBC's Springwatch Unsprung, earning high praise from Chris Packham for his photograph taken on the RSPB Minsmere reserve, and performing "We're Here".


Prior to Guillemots, Dangerfield played in Senseless Prayer (who played a radio session on the late John Peel's show), Fyfe Dangerfield and The Accident, and The Courtesy Group (the band of his brother, Al Hutchins) who have supported Guillemots several times on tour. Dangerfield contributes to the band's upcoming debut album, Tradesman's Entrance. Dangerfield recently contributed a cover of Larrikin Love's "Well, Love Does Furnish a Life" to their EP A Day in the Life. In late 2006, Fyfe released a very limited split vinyl single with his friends The Kittens, on which he contributed a demo of a solo song, "Delusia". This took place shortly before he played two solo shows (albeit, mostly consisting of solo renditions of Guillemots songs) in Birmingham and London, with support from Richard Burke, Emmy the Great, and Fyfe's older brother, Al.


In 2002, Dangerfield was commissioned to write "A Stray Dog for Congratulations" – for three children's choirs, four percussionists, two pianists and keyboard – for The Lichfield Festival (the only commission that year). The performers included the Backbeat percussion ensemble, as well as the Sydney Children's choir.


Dangerfield composed a choral piece performed at The Lichfield Festival in 2000 – a setting of Christina Rossetti's "A Better Resurrection". This led to a commission from Ex Cathedra Chamber Choir to write a choral setting of one of the 'O Antiphons' for Ex Cathedra's Christmas Music by Candlelight concert in 2000. This has been performed many times since, was included on Ex Cathedra's Christmas Music by Candlelight CD which received some glowing reviews, and has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM.


Fyfe Antony Dangerfield Hutchins (born 7 July 1980) is an English musician and songwriter, best known as the founding member of the indie rock band Guillemots.

Born in Moseley, Birmingham, in 1980, he moved to Bromsgrove at the age of eight. He studied at Bromsgrove School where he was also the singer in the band Senseless Prayer. He was also a music teacher at Cranbrook College for a brief period.