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Mario Millo

Mario Millo

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Birth Place
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Biography

Mario Daniel Millo (born May 1955) is an Australian musician and composer from Sydney, he was a member of symphonic rock group Sebastian Hardie from 1973 to their disbandment in 1977. Their debut album, Four Moments (1975) peaked at No. 13 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. He has had a solo career and composed film and television soundtracks and scores. In 1978, he worked with Jon English on the soundtrack for the television series, Against the Wind and its related single, “Six Ribbons”. Both album and single peaked in the Top 10 on the relevant Kent Music Report charts. The series had international release, known as Mot alla vindar/Mot alle vindar/Mod vinden (1980) in Scandinavian countries where the album and single reached No. 1 in Norway and No. 4 in Sweden. Millo’s compositions have won Australian film industry awards for, The Lighthorsemen (1987) and television awards for, Brides of Christ (1991) and Changi (2001). Brides of Christ won an Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Music Award in 1992 for ‘Best Original Soundtrack Album’ – Millo was nominated for the same award in 1997 for G.P. and in 2002 for Changi.

instruments played
Guitar
mandolin
Vocals
Associated Acts

The Menu, The Clik, The Fantasy, Sebastian Hardie, Windchase, Jon English, Baxter Funt

Birth Name

Mario Daniel Millo

Genres

Progressive, symphonic, rock

Labels

Festival, Polydor, Mercury, EMI / Wheatley, Powderworks / BMG

Years Active

1969-current

Name

Mario Millo

Nationality

Australian

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