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DAN BARNETT Dan Barnett was born into music being the son of the legendary Sydney Bassist Cliff Barnett he began his musical life as a Trombonist studying with greats such as James Morrison, Conrad Herwig, Bruce Paulson, Dan Barrett, Don Burrows,George Golla and Steve Turre. He quickly developed a love for singing and has since studied with much respected Sydney teacher Patricia Oertel and with the legendary Mark Murphy, Mike Campbell and Miles Griffith. Dan has worked and recorded with some of the greats in Australian and world music such as James Morrison,Will Calhoun, Tom Burlinson, Barbara Morrison, Mark Murphy, Bob Barnard, Dan Barrett, Tom Baker, Bob Montgomery, George Washingmachine, Emma Pask, Judy Carmichael, Janet Seidel, Don Burrows, George Golla, Evan Christopher, David Paquette, Judy Bailey, Rhonda Birchmore, Kevin Hunt and “The Australian Art Orchestra” production “Testimony” the Legend of Charlie parker and is a permanent member of The legendary Unity Hall Jazz band and Blues Point Jazz vocal group as well as being a renowned bandleader of both big band and small groups. Dan is a regular on the Australian and European festival Circuit having played at Waiheke JVC Jazz New Zealand,Thredbo, Manly, Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne Festivals, Wangarratta, River Festival (Brisbane), Jazz in The Domain, Darling Harbour Jazz fest, Wyndham Estate, Lleuwin Estate, Ascona Jazz Switzerland, Sildajazz Norway and on Tours of Thailand,Europe,Taiwan and the U.S.A

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