Origem:
Birmingham, England, UK
Décadas:
1960s-present

Daniel Boone (also known as Peter Lee Stirling, born Peter Charles Green, 31 July 1942, Birmingham, England) is an English pop musician who became a one-hit wonder in the U.S. with the single "Beautiful Sunday" in 1972. The song was written by Boone and Rod McQueen and racked up millions in singles sales worldwide. It peaked at No. 15 on The Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the summer of 1972, having already reached No. 21 on the UK Singles Chart earlier that same year. In 1972, Boone was the recipient of the "Most Likeable Singer" award from Rolling Stone magazine.

"Beautiful Sunday" remains the biggest selling single by an international artist on the Japanese Oricon chart (coming in 19th on the all-time singles sales list with almost 2 million copies sold) and it has also become a popular song among fans of Scottish football club Dundee United. Boone is known to be a lifelong Dundee United fan and has tried to invest in the club on several occasions.