Diane Taber

Born in Buffalo, NY, Diane toured extensively throughout the US and Canada as a featured singer. In 2006 she took her first high-dive into songwriting and mid-air knew she was ready to write and sing her own songs. Her music is influenced by our constantly changing world. “Where we go from where we’ve been is what’s exciting and potent,” says Diane, and each new CD is a natural progression of writing and performance. As to the latest album she invites you to, “Jump in, the music’s fine.”

Diane's fans are of all age groups and from a variety of countries. She attributes this to her own love of music from many genres and from around the world. From US rock to Venezuelan jazz to French pop and Russian Big Band, from The Black Keys to Regina Carter to Keiko Matsui, and Chris Botti to Bongo Maffin's South African dance music, she listens and learns. “This dame's got it all...soulful disc” writes Martin from Belfast, Ireland. “Diane has a marvelous, jazzy voice, I love it.” E.Marquez, Germany. “OMG. She's got a beautiful voice,” posted A. Jayathilaka from Sri Lanka. DTM-Music is her production company and her publishing business is Didja Tangle the Muse Publishing

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Press for Diane's last CD: More Than One Ingredient Jazz Buffalo review by Tony Zambito April 2014

Diane has been performing since the young age of 16. Having performed and worked with the likes of Don Menza, Sam Noto, Ann Fadale, and the legendary Al Tinney. After honing her craft interpreting the great jazz standards and works of others, Diane began to charter a new path. Since 2006, Diane has been working on writing and recording her own original music and songs. Developing a unique blend of creative as well as entertaining jazz vocals. Her latest project is the album/CD entitled More Than One Ingredient

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More Than One Ingredient
More Than One...

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