April 2, 2022.

Daniel to be among the celebrities attending. He will be sharing his voice in song.



December 2021 

What an absolute delight to sing for Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham. 

My moonlighting

job as I protect and am of service to “Operation Christmas Child”


Dec 15, 2021. Daniel performs "God Bless America". Riviera Theater, N. Tonawanda, NY. Photo credit Terry Gabis


Dec 14, 2021 at the Sheen Center. Norm Lewis, Darius de Haas, Daniel Rodriguez, Frank Shiner, Vanessa Williams, Evan Ruggiero, Haley Swindal, Andy Coony, Christopher Macchio.


December 14, at The Sheen Center on Bleecker Street - The New York Tenors guests of His Eminence, Cardinal Dolan.


Daniel at the Emmaus Center, Dec. 13, Futures in Education Christmas concert.


Newly located video 

Macy's 2001 Thanksgiving parade.

Scroll to 1 hour and 36 minutes for the NYPD Band playing "New York, New York", followed by Daniel singing "The Star-Spangled Banner".



Currently available for booking as Keynote Speaker

Daniel Rodriguez, former NYPD officer, now America's Beloved tenor, share his compelling story of triumph over drugs and alcohol that nearly destroyed his life.

He speaks about his journey of survival - from the dark days living on the streets of New York, to sharing his gift of voice after the 2001 terror attacks on America.

A source of hope and strength for people around the world, then and now, Daniel still suffers, like many others, both physically and emotionally from the lingering effects of 9/11. He continues today on his own personal journey of renewal.

Bring Daniel Rodriguez to your next event and hear his inspiring story.


Previous appearances




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Daniel Rodriguez performing at the "Circle of Hope" dinner in Indianapolis. A fundraiser for Fairbanks, an alcohol and drug addiction recovery and treatment center.

Rodriguez shared a story many haven't heard, of being a two-time survivor. You may know that he survived the 9/11 collapse of the World Trade Center Towers as a New York City Police Officer rescuing others. But before that, he survived drug and alcohol addiction that threatened his life.

He shared a powerful story, and sang with a beautiful voice that also helped "heal the nation" after 9/11. He is the "Hope" of recovery.