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Daniel Penney Dan, "all mixed up for 35 years," is an experienced audio engineer and commercial pilot as well as principal in 2 Penney.

Dan Penney has been a prolific songwriter and musician since he was eight years old. He and his brother, Jeffrey, formed several bands, including MALPRACTICE and PENNEY. They opened for AEROSMITH, THE CARS and EDGAR WINTER, among other well-known bands of the era. For two years they lived in L.A. and produced four singles that received airplay. They also worked in advertising writing original jingles. PENNEY recording musicians included Chet McCraken (DOOBIE'S), Mike and Jeff Porcaro (TOTO), Ross Valory (JOURNEY) and Greg Erico (SANTANA), to name but a few.

Dan left the music business for twelve years to raise a family, although he continued to write music and perform. He also acquired air transport pilot and instructor certificates and worked in real estate, sales, and production and inventory management.

Dan's recent marriage to Elizabeth coincided with the revival of his writing and musical career. The duo has completed multiple scripts and are working on another, as well as a treatment for a television series. Dan is re-releasing older work and busy writing new songs for film projects. Dan is licensed through BMI, and owns two companies, Penmad Music and Intent Music.

Dan is the father of a daughter, Moriah, and a son, Jackson, and the grandfather of Trevor Daniel, born in 2008. He enjoys working on his family farm in Randolph, NH, as well as skiing, kayaking, photography and lying on the beach--during rare downtime.

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Elizabeth Penney Elizabeth Penney is the other half of the 2 Penney team. She is co-producer and writer for 2 Penney's original projects. She also writes novels and is under contract to Annie's Publishing for 10 mysteries. Her other fiction is represented by Natalia Aponte of the Aponte Agency.

For business clients, she has managed two websites, including blogs and video production. She acted as Director for the Academy for Green Microenterprise Development, which trained 600 individuals from across the country. And, she created an innovative financial literacy program called Creating a New Money Script for Your Life, based on the work of Rick Kahler.

Elizabeth is also a business journalist specializing in current trends and issues impacting small business. Writing credits include three years as editor and chief writer for NH Entrepreneur, a supplement to the NH Business Review. Her articles have been published in the Boston Globe, Business NH Magazine, NH Business Review, CPAmerica, Union Leader, NHToDo, The Courier, Your Time, Berlin Daily Sun, The Chamber Report, and the WRENzine.

She designed and wrote a local history for Bethlehem, New Hampshire, published by Arcadia.

Career experience includes working as an accountant and a business advisor and researcher for the University of New Hampshire. She has a B.S. in Accounting and an MBA.

She is the mother of two daughters, Nicole and Abigail. She enjoys cross-country skiing, hiking, kayaking, beach days and photography.