PRLog - Jun. 5, 2014 - MARIETTA, Ga. -- Dirty South TV is proud to announce that Diane Durrett will be on The Acoustic Lunch Hour this Thursday, June 12th from 12:00 - 2:00 pm.
Lunch- Hour- Season- 3- Episode- 11- Diane- Durrett
Diane Durrett has long reflected the musical passions that inspired her while growing up in Atlanta, GA. From her energy-driven breakthrough debut 50,000 Volts of Soul (1993) to her superbly executed Rhythm of Life (1998) to her acoustically-
Diane is not only an artist but a producer as well. In 2010 she started her artist development company Blooming Tunes Music. Since then she has released two CDs on up and coming artist Julie Thames.
Diane's song catalogue includes co-writes with Jerry Ragovoy (Piece of My Heart), Emily Saliers (Gallileo), Kristen Hall (Baby Girl), Bonnie Bramlett (Superstar), and William Bell (Born Under A Bad Sign). In true writer's spirit, Diane also, authored a book called "Driving Music City."
Durrett is a down-to-earth-
“She’s good. She’s damn good.” Sting’s summation of his duet with singer songwriter Diane Durrett speaks for anyone who’s ever heard her perform. A Memphis reporter once wrote that Diane’s performance was so powerful that “If you don’t go see her she may just come see you!” With a blend of raw soulful vocals, sultry tones and strong original songs Durrett has sung with Sting, The Indigo Girls, Gregg Allman, Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones) and Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crow). Durrett has opened shows for Tina Turner, Faith Hill, Little Feat, Delbert McClinton, Jimmy Hall and Derek Trucks. As well lending her vocals to recording sessions for Grammy award winning producer Brendan O’Brien.
Diane Durrett brings her soulful and sultry sound to the Dirty South TV Set at Darwin's Burgers and Blues on Thursday, June 12th, 2014 in front of a live audience. Those unable to attend in person can tune in for free online and watch here: http://www.dirtysouthtv.com/
The Dirty South TV Invitational Jam will be held after The Acoustic Lunch Hour.
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