Description: Vocalist, Composer, Australia, Producer, Audio Engineer

Known For: Frontman of the Australian rock band “Radiodogs”

Instruments: Voice, Guitar

Music Styles: Rock, pop

Location: Australia

Date Born: 24th July 1971
Location Born: Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom

Web Site: The Radiodogs – Home | Facebook

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Oliver Jones

A singer, songwriter, musician, producer and audio engineer. He is perhaps best known as the frontman of the Australian rock band Radiodogs, as well as for his work as an audio engineer.

Jones mixed the song “Santa Monica”, which appeared on the eponymous, multi-platinum awarded debut album of the Australian pop duo Savage Garden.

In 1974 his parents moved Brisbane, Australia. Oliver’s parents realised that he was very musical at a young age and encouraged him to follow his heart.

The same was the case of Oliver’s younger brother Daniel Johns – who would eventually become one half of the hugely successful Australian pop duo Savage Garden as well as his older brother actor/musician Jonathan Lee Jones.

Jones started playing the guitar at the age of 11 and by 16 was playing in his first rock band. When Johns was around 20 years old, he was in a band called Red Edge.

The band’s members also included his younger brother, Daniel, and Darren Hayes, who would eventually be the other half of the duo Savage Garden.

Writing songs and recording them in his own production company by 23, Oliver was then signed worldwide by EMI Music Publishing.

Jones has had his works released by Sony, EMI, and Roadshow Music artists to name a few. His constant hard work has taken him to the U.S. on numerous occasions to work with international producers and songwriters.

He has worked and written with Tom Lord-Alge, Roger Sommers, Clif Magnus, Mark Goldenberg, Chrissie Amphlett, Kate Ceberano, Danielle Brisebois, Savage Garden, etc.