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Dieter has performed in and around Australia for the last 20 years. Founding Jazz Rock ensemble "Jupiter" in his teens, Dieter has made a living playing mainstream music in and around Sydney as a freelance guitarist. He arranged and recorded radio MMM's theme song, (co-produced by Tim Ferris and released on Mushroom Records), and soon became widely known throughout Australia's guitar community, in 1992, beginning an 8 year stint as one of the country's leading guitar clinicians. This work led him to be invited to lecture at the Australian Institute of Music as one its founding teachers.
Dieter has worked with Tommy Tycho, Mike Harvey, Steve Hunter, Club Veg, Kamahl, Deni Hines, Jacky Orscaczky, Monica Trapaga, Gary Daily, Tim Ferris, John Rowe, Jeff Duff, Dave Mcloud, Leo Sayer, Bill Risby, Andre Crouch, Glen Shorrock, Doug Parkinson, Swing City Big Band, Mike Mathieson, Peter Northcote, Bodacious Cowboys (Steely Dan Tribute) and many more.
He now plays acoustic guitar accompanied by his own superb backing tracks, some of which are heard regularly on Mike Whitney's weekender show on Channel 7. Dieter's set list includes romantic ballads, contemporary grooves and themes, well known pop songs, latin and jazz tunes, movie themes and a variety of ambient, Celtic and world music.