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Biography

Rosemaree Dinaro country singerRosemaree was born in Sydney and started singing at the age of 14. Rosemaree's vocal ability suits various music styles, but discovered that she had a passion particularly for country music. She is influenced by artists such as Gretchen Wilson, Carrie Underwood, Leann Rimes & Martina McBride.

Rosemaree has competed in numerous talent quests and has been very successful with notable first places at Canterbury Leagues and Crestwood Idol. Other notable mentions include Rosemaree being identified as a participant in the Young Talent Incentive Program, which has led to many professional performances at many high profile clubs such as, Canterbury Leagues, Cabra Vale Diggers & South Sydney Juniors.

Rosemaree competed in the television show "Australia's Got Talent" in 2010, singing "He Taught me to Yodel". Rosemaree has recently been accepted into the top 20 finalists for the "Toyota Star Maker 2011" competition in Tamworth.

Rosemaree attended the Tamworth Country Music Festival for the first time in 2010 which proved successful with Melinda Schneider spotting her while busking, which led
to a performance with Melinda at her West Tamworth Leagues Club show. In addition, Rosemaree placed 2nd in the Under 18 vocal country section in the Capital Country Music Association (CCMA) Talent Quest. Further highlights include a 2nd placing in the 2010 McDonald Eisteddfod Country Section which was adjudicated by Anne Kirkpatrick, and was a finalist in the 2010 McDonald Eisteddfod contemporary singer of the year.

Rosemaree Dinaro is a young country singer who brings her own unique vocal qualities, which includes yodeling to country music, and is striving for a successful and professional career in country music.