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“Dom,” is the next Unsigned upcoming young adult recording artist and songwriter originating from the West Coast.

Dom first entered the music scene seriously at the tender age of 13. He not only writes his own lyrics, but, he produces and engineers for other upcoming artists. Denver Channel 4's Local Newscaster, Marcia Nevell, also did an extensive interview on Dom’s career in November, 2002, and the station has continually followed his career.

In the summer of 2003, Dom participated in his first tour that begin in Phoenix, Arizona, and ended in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been the opening act for nationally know artists, such as Lil John and the East Side Boyz, and Pastor Troy and the Militia AllStars. While in Atlanta, he was interviewed on a live radio broadcast promoting his music. Also in 2003, Dom went on a promotional tour, called the Network of Life Motivation Tour. This campaign created an enormous buzz around Colorado schools, and generated a solid audience among his peers. His participation in this promotional tour has resulted in the motivation, cultivation, and encouragement of his peer group to excel and achieve their personal goals. Dom was also featured in the Denver 2004 Russell Simmons Hip Hop Summit. This summit also generated additional publicity not only in recognition of Dom’s talent, but provided a venue in which youth were encouraged to participate by registering to vote in the Presidential Election

Additionally, Dom’s music was premiered on Denver Radio Station, KS 107.5, during radio promotion of the 2004 Summer Jam Series. The Summer Jam hosted over 2,000 fans, with Dom opening for J-Kwan and the Youngbloods. On Labor Day weekend 2004, Dom was also featured as the opening act for the sold out concert showcasing the Big Tymers, Ying Yang Twins, Baby Bash, Lil Scrappy and other various artists. Dom was again featured as a new artist by KS 107.5 in 2005.

Dom has performed for various Colorado Sports Hall of Fame inductions for the National Basketball Association (NBA), the Denver Nuggets Basketball Team, for the Colorado Rockies Professional Baseball Team, and a variety of sports venues in his hometown of Denver, Colorado. Collectively, Dom has performed for over 75,000 people.

In April 2005, Dom’s CD, entitled “First Impressions” was released with excellent reviews. Given the success of this CD and recognition of Dom’s talent on a larger scale, he opened for various artists such as Keith Sweat and Aaron Carter, sponsored by the House of Blues. In June 2005, Dom performed to his largest crowd to date at the Coors Amphitheatre, as the opening act for the old school Summerfest, featuring the Commodores, Morris Day and the Time, and Kool & the Gang, also sponsored by the House of Blues.

Dom is entering the music industry with a BANG, and has given a glimpse of his future success through his natural abilities, his awesome stage presence, dedication to his fans, and dynamic dance routines. Given Dom’s current success, he is now prepared to further enhance his music career, and is open to locate the right people to acknowledge and support his talents.

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