Who We Are
WHO WE ARE
Myrna and the BullDog fell in love under a Texas moon on an Oscar Night while writing a song together. That was the beginning of many collaborations to come, creating a duo the likes of Johnny Cash & June Carter, The Civil Wars, Sonny & Cher. Myrna’s sultry, bluesy vocals coupled with Daniel’s gravelly Texas twang mesh sublimely, imagine Tom Petty meets Linda Rodstadt. Their catchy tunes and lyrics combine Americana and Blues with nods to Mexican soul.
The award winning duo’s shows can be described as theatrical and eclectic giving you a glimpse of two performers who bare their souls emotionally and lyrically onstage. Their onstage banter will leave you smiling and laughing as if they were live in your living room or on a tv show. Which makes sense since Myrna is a seasoned actress currently recurring as Silvia on FX’s “What We Do In The Shadows” and as Lucia in the show “Sprung” on Freevee.
Her hometown Austin, TX thinks she's pretty cool too presenting her with her own "Myrna Cabello" day. Inducting her into the Texas Music Museum as an influential Latina artist and the Austin History Center named her one of the top 100 Influential Latinas in Austin. Meanwhile Daniel comes from a long history of Texas bred songwriters including Jimmy Rodgers, and distant cousin Stevie Ray Vaughan.
The duo’s music has been featured in Indie movies and has won awards at both the International Independent Film awards and Real Reel film festival.
They currently reside in NYC and have recently played The City Winery, The Bitter End, The Bowery Electric, Porchstomp at Governor’s Island, Repeat performances at the Brooklyn Waterfronts Artist Coalition Summer Music Festival and Prohibition. As well as SXSW Music Festival, The world famous Continental Club and The prestigious Long Center in Austin, TX. During the pandemic they created and produced Myrna & The Bulldog in 3D Variety Show online so they could continue to connect with their fans and family. Myrna has also performed at Radio City Music Hall and The Millennium Stage of John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center.