Dan Robinson (singer)

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Dan Robinson (born 15 March 1947 in Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia) is a singer who fronted the second incarnation of Melbourne Sixties band, The Wild Cherries and was later a member of the vocal trio The Virgil Brothers.

He attended Melbourne Grammar School where he was a boarder and played the Bass in the School Orchestra. He graduated from the Conservatorium of Music at the University of Melbourne with B. Mus (Composition).

In the 1970s, he was best known for his country band 'Hit & Run' and also worked as a session musician and composer.

He is now a highly regarded Luthier based at Anakie, Victoria, Australia. He also performs at events such as the Port Fairy Folk Festival.

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