Born in Melbourne, Daina Jowsey is an only child from a family of professional musicians, and has been singing from a very early age. She commenced piano and vocal lessons at age 7 and 11 respectively and five years later began her singing career with Four Part Invention, a jazz quartet who performed with the Australian Showband. Daina has toured Australia with several leading cabaret artists and has performed in various jazz festivals, including Paynesville, Monbulk,The Grampian's, Inverloch, Montsalvat and Wangaratta jazz festival. She performed regularly on Bert Newton's Good Morning Australia and performed with The Australian Pops Orchestra in Melbourne and at the Sydney Opera House. In June 2010 Daina released her first cd of jazz standards. It features her mum Helen on piano, her father Neil on bass, Lachlan Davidson on sax and Dean Cooper on drums. The Daina Jowsey Quintet makes regular appearances at Melbourne's Dizzy's Jazz Club.