Critic Kathy Parsons has called Michael Dulin "one of the most versatile musicians I've ever encountered. His original music, on the Equity Digital label brings a new and exciting voice to the world of new age / contemporary instrumental music.
Michael brings a variety of influences to his music. Although a classically trained pianist, who completed his studies at the famed Juilliard School in New York, Dulin maintains a multi-faceted professional life, working in musical styles ranging from classical to gospel. He is a studio owner, session musician, producer/arranger, and composer of award-winning music for radio, television, film, and theater, in addition to being a phenomenal pianist.
In the midst of a major ad campaign for one of his clients (his credits include music for General Motors, NASA, Jack Daniels, 3-M Corporation, Blue Cross-Blue Shield) you may find him running out of town to perform Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue with a regional orchestra. On another day, you might find him performing with a group of 70 to 80 year old Southern Jazz legends.
In April 2004, Michael completed 6 months on the road as a member of The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards touring band. Dennis is the last surviving lead singer of the legendary Temptations, and with the Temptations Dennis has 5 Grammys and 14 gold albums to his credit.
As Kathy Parsons said, "He can very literally do it all and do it well!"
Michael continues to record and produce in Birmingham, Muscle Shoals and Nashville. He also loves to travel, is a frequent backpacker, avid skier, speaks "pretty good" German, and loves to visit museums around the world. He is engaged to the one HE waited for, Jan Moore, an elementary school teacher.