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Dakota Project

Dakota Project

Dakota Project


The Dakota Project is an American pop-country music duo comprised of Max Dalton, lead vocalist and guitarist, and Steven John, bass guitarist and vocalist. Their sound has been heralded as the perfect blend of sonic texturing – combining elements of contemporary pop, country and rhythmic energy. The group has a wealth of experience to draw upon to guide them on their journey. In addition to working with industry elite, Max had contemporary hit Read more on Last.fm
The Dakota Project is an American pop-country music duo comprised of Max Dalton, lead vocalist and guitarist, and Steven John, bass guitarist and vocalist. Their sound has been heralded as the perfect blend of sonic texturing – combining elements of contemporary pop, country and rhythmic energy. The group has a wealth of experience to draw upon to guide them on their journey. In addition to working with industry elite, Max had contemporary hit radio success with the top 40 single “When I Dream About You” and Steven played bass for Atlantic Recording artist Linear, whose single “Sending All My Love” charted No.

5 in the United States and sold over a million copies worldwide. The duo recently returned from mixing their debut single “Hold On” with Steve Marcantonio (Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts and The Band Perry) at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. The group and aforementioned single are being featured on myxer.com, a music-based, community website with a user-base of nearly 46 million users. Dalton and John are currently putting the finishing touches on their self-titled debut EP. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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