Dan Sartain

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Daniel Fredrick Sartain (born August 13, 1981 in Birmingham) is a rock and blues singer and guitarist. He performed with Plate Six in the 1990s, and has toured as a solo artist since then, notably opening for the White Stripes and the Hives.

Sartain grew up in the Fairfield area, but his family moved to Center Point when he was 10, and later to Bluff Park.

In 2018, after the death of Vincent Oliver, Sartain took up the lease on the Hippodrome Barber Shop with the intent to preserve its character. He partnered with Bud Genry to operate it as Genry's Barber Shop.


  • Sartain, Dan (2001) Crimson Guard. self-released
  • Sartain, Dan (2002) Romance in Stereo." self-released
  • Sartain, Dan (2003) Dan Sartain vs. the Serpientes. Swami Records. SWA 121
  • Sartain, Dan (2005) Sartain Family Legacy 1981-1998. Skybucket Records SB05
  • Sartain, Dan (2006) Join Dan Sartain. Swami Records
  • Sartain, Dan (2010) Dan Sartain Lives. One Little Indian Records
  • Sartain, Dan (2011) Legacy of Hospitality. One Little Indian Records
  • Sartain, Dan (2012) Too Tough To Live. One Little Indian Records
  • Sartain, Dan (2014) Dudesblood. One Little Indian Records
  • Sartain, Dan (2016) Century Plaza. One Little Indian Records


  • Taylor, J. R. (July 8, 2010) "Dan Sartain, Superstar." Black & White
  • Ells, Blake (March 16, 2012) "Birmingham's Dan Sartain welcomes new record on Sunday at BottleTree." The Birmingham News
  • Smith, Kenneth (October 8, 2018) "New plans for historic Birmingham barbershop." WBRC.com

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