Dino Jag is a singer/songwriter from Adelaide, South Australia.
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Dino Jag became internationally recognised in 2005 with a cover of the 70’s classic, “Play that Funky Music.” The song reached number 8 in Australia and number 34 in Denmark and was added to many radio playlists. His original song “Calling All The Saints” later became the #1 most purchased song on the “Music For Good” program for Oxfam America.
He has shared the stage with such musicians as Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), Sammy Hagar (Van Halen), Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, James Morrison, Steve Vai (David Lee Roth / Whitesnake), Richard Max, Daryl Braithwaite and Ian Moss. He has also had the opportunity to work on recording projects with Rusty Anderson (Paul McCartney Band), Ray Columbus (NZ), Alan Gorrie (Average White Band), Mark King (Level 42), Carmen Grillo (Tower Of Power) and Barry Crocker.
Dino was nominated “Best Male Vocalist” for three consecutive years at the South Australian Music Industry Awards (SAMIA) while fronting Adelaide funk/rock band Stolen Waters who entered the national charts with their reworking of the Stevie Wonder classic “Superstition.”
His latest album was recorded at Sunset Sound Studios in Hollywood with Grammy Award Winning Producer Jeff Bova and it features musicians, Aaron Sterling (Drums - John Mayer), Corey Britz (Bass - Bush), Tim Pierce (Guitar - Bruce Springsteen), Jeff Bova (Keyboards - Michael Jackson), Carroll Hatchet (Backing Vocals - Bette Midler) & Bernard Fowler (Backing Vocals - The Rolling Stones).