Danny Adler (born 1949) is an American blues-rock guitarist.
After playing with leading Cincinnati musicians, such as Bootsy Collins, Slim Harpo, H-Bomb Ferguson and Albert Washington, in the early 1960s, he went to San Francisco in 1969 to join John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, Solomon Burke, and experimental group Elephant's Memory.
Moving to England in 1971, he founded Roogalator, one of the first signings by the fledgling Stiff Records, as well as appearing regularly with Rocket 88, the back-to-the-roots boogie-woogie band which included Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, Ian Stewart, Jack Bruce and many other leading UK-based musicians.
In 1980 he put together another blues-rock revival band, the De Luxe Blues Band, with Bob Hall, Bob Brunning and Micky Waller. Dick Heckstall-Smith would join soon after. The band originated as a pick-up band to accompany visiting American blues performers Eddie Clearwater and Carey Bell but stayed together for over 12 years and recorded 5 albums. They disbanded when Adler returned to the US, although Brunning would later revive the band with a new lineup.The Roogalator Years – 1975–1978
Early Danny Adler – Roogalator 1975–1978
Funky Afternoons – 1979
Gusha Gusha Music – 1980
A Street Car Named De Luxe – The De Luxe Blues Band (1981)
Live at Half Moon Putney – The De Luxe Blues Band (1981)
The Danny Adler Band Live – 1982
The Danny Adler Band – 1983
Urban De Luxe – The De Luxe Blues Band (1983)
Hubcap Heaven – 1986
Otis "Elevator" Gilmore – 1986
Hometowns and High Iron – 1987
Night Shift – 1987
The De Luxe Blues Band – 1988
Motorvating – The De Luxe Blues Band (1988)
Mackinaw City – 1989
Homestretch – 1990
Jazzin At RVG's – 1993
Mother's Day – 1999
Boat Diddley – to be released