• Dinash is a multi talented musician who has an excellent voice that transcends Pop, Soul, Dance and Reggae.
• When he was 12 years old, Dinash appeared on Bert Newton’s- Safeway New Faces singing Country Road. At that time, he was identified as ‘having the makings of a good excellent Singer with a huge potential.
• Bert remembered Dinash and he was invited to be a regular performer on the Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton for Channel 10 in the 90’s.
• Guest performer to sing a Stevie Wonder song called ‘Fun Day” with the Tony Bartuccio Dancers for Channel 7’s Good Friday appeal with fellow artists including included Tina Arena, Glenn Shorrock, John Paul Young and Jack Jones.
• On Channel 9 he appeared on the Morning show with Denise Drysdale and Ernie Sigley.
• Dr Andrian Pertout (Renowned Pianist, Producer and Composer)
• John Foreman (Channel 10 pianist)
• Chong Lim ( Pianist, Producer and John Farnham’s musical director)
• Simon Lim (pianist)
• Frank Sablotny ( Guitarist, Music Producer Fable Records)
• Ross Hannaford (Daddy Cool)
• Chas Kneale ( Guitarist and Producer- Singer Songwriter)
• Turtle (Turhan Hussein- Bass Player)
• APRA member having written songs in collaboration with Andrian Pertout and Frank Sablotny.
• World of Change Album. He released a CD titled World of Change produced by Andrian Pertout and Cameron Craig.
• Dinash was a resident performer as part of a duo with Andrian Pertout at Monsoons and at Hyatt on Collins in Melbourne on Friday nights.
• Lazar nightclub on Saturday nights.
• Fawker club (South Yarra) and many other venues.
• In mid 2000, Dinash took a break to concentrate on acquiring a law degree. He has now returned to music since his move to Sydney and is available to perform at your venue.
• Dinash is an excellent performer, entertainer and piano player.
• Didgeridoo, Congo’s and Guitar.
World Of Change Songs By Dinash Daniel And Andrian Pertout.
World Of Change
You Want It All
September Club Mix
Woman Club Mix
World Of Change Club Mix
1. My Way (Frank Sinatra)
2. Daniel (Elton John)
3. Peaches (Justin Bieber)
4. Do Wah Diddy Diddy (Manfred Mann)
5. Your Song (Elton John)
6. Mull of Kintyre (Paul McCartney)
7. Hey Jude (Beatles)
8. Daydream Believer (The Monkees)
9. When I was your man (Bruno Mars)
1. Blue Moon (Rodgers and Hammerstein)
2. Country Roads (John Denver)
3. Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
4. I want to Break Free (Queen)
5. The Gambler (Kenny Rogers)
6. You Send Me (Sam Cooke)
7. Molly Malone (The Debonairs)
8. Hello (Lionel Ritchie)
9. Purple Rain (Prince)
10. Imagine (John Lennon)
11. Knockin on Heavens Door (Bob Dylan)
1. Piano Man (Billy Joel)
2. Too Much Heaven (Bee Gees)
3. Truly (Lionel Ritchie)
4. Old Time Rock and Roll (Bob Seger)
5. Aint No Sunshine (Bill Withers)
6. Mandy (Barry Manilow)
7. Wild World (Cat Stevens)
8. Kiss (Prince)
9. Redemption Song (Bob Marley)
10. Under the Boardwalk (The Drifters)
11. Rocket Man (Elton John)