Danielle Marie, 2015 CCMA Spotlight artist and Ray McAuley Horizon Award winner, and Jordan Pritchett, guitarist of Juno-nominated, platinum-selling band Faber Drive, met in a song-write in 2015 and fell for each other. For the next few years, they performed together as individual artists on stage, fighting the inevitable, until they finally gave in and merged to create the hot new duo, Cross Parallel.
They have already garnered attention in the industry and built an online presence, with more than 175,000 streams on Spotify and more than 29,000 views on YouTube in their first few years as a duo. They performed their second single “Don’t” at the 2019 BCCMA Awards Show after a busy summer, including opening for CCMA Hall of Famer, Terri Clark. Later in the year, they released a cover of the classic “The Christmas Song” with Jordan’s dad, Aaron Pritchett, and his brothers from the group, AtlantisOne.
Cross Parallel is on the verge of stardom, garnering attention from the music industry and fans worldwide because of their unique sound and relatable lyrics. They are truly getting “Better With Time,” which is appropriate, as that happens to be the title of the first single from their upcoming EP. Recently, Cross Parallel has teamed up with Mussell Records, and together they plan to take the music industry by storm.