Deny & Dino met in Santos in 1956 when both worked for the same radio train station. When Dino was terminated, Deny threatened the path with his personal resignation. Dino was held as well as the duo Operating-system Boas Pintas created, carrying out in radio displays and clubs. These were offered as Deny & Dino in 1966, if they experienced achievement with their structure “A Coruja” (with that they received the 8th Chico Viola reward, among the best of this year). Extremely popular artists through the Jovem Guarda, these were regular in the main Television shows of the time, just like the Jovem Guarda, and composed songs for various other idols from the motion, like Demétrius (“Comendador Mesquita”) and Erasmo Carlos (“European union Não Me Importo”). In 1968 they marketed an astonishing amount, for the time, of 200,000 copies of their “O Ciúme,” which remained at first put on the graphs for 22 weeks. Following the end from the Jovem Guarda that they had some achievement in 1969 with “Shut Up.” In 1975 that they had popular with “O Maior Golpe perform Mundo” (Marcos Lago/Dino Rossi) and “Cantem Comigo.” Dino passed away in 1994 but Deny marketed the duo’s recordings through the Jovem Guarda revival brought by the commemorations for the 30 years from the motion through a compilation as well as the documenting of a fresh record, Essencial, with another partner who followed the stage name Dino.