Do Members of the Cast of “Daisy Jones & The Six” Really Sang in the Show? Now for the Bargain


The 3 March premiere of “Daisy Jones & The Six” on Amazon Prime Video. The focus of the program, which is based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s book of the same name, is the fictional rock band’s ascent to fame in the 1970s.

Daisy Jones (Riley Keough), a character in the show, meets Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin) and joins his band, The Six. They collaborate to create the smash album “Aurora” before the group disbands.

Billy is one of The Six’s lead guitarists, along with keyboardist Karen Sirko (Suki Waterhouse), bassist Eddie Roundtree (Josh Whitehouse), drummer Warren Rojas, and singer Suki Waterhouse (Sebastian Chacon).

While Daisy Jones & The Six may not be a real band, the show’s cast actually learned to sing and play instruments to make their performances appear as real as possible. The series’ showrunner Scott Neustadter told EW because of the pandemic, the cast was able to receive lengthy music training prior to filming their performances as a band. “I don’t know what we would’ve done had we gone when we were supposed to. It would’ve looked a lot different. We would’ve had a little more movie magic involved,” Neustadter said. “But in this particular case, they were all really doing all this stuff.”

So, what kind of training did they have to do? Scroll through the slideshow to learn how the “Daisy Jones & The Six” cast prepared for their roles on the show.

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