Dan Workman began his music career as a charter member of the seminal art/noise/rock band, Culturcide. He leveraged his indie rock credentials and continued his work in the mainstream engineering some of Texas' most notable artists: ZZ Top, Clay Walker, Hubert Laws, South Park Mexican, Destiny's Child, and Beyonce.
President of SugarHill Studios, Houston, Texas—the oldest continuously operating production facility in the US, (75 years).
Producer/Engineer for Dan Workman Music.
Producer and co-host of , Live From SugarHill
Workman has been of service to the Recording Academy, (the Grammys), for many years: Texas Chapter Trustee (’09–’12). Board of Governors Texas Chapter, (’03-’05), (’07-’09), (’10-‘13), ('16-'18). Co-Chair of National Planning & Governance Committee ('12-'15). National Membership Committee ('12-'14).