Diane Birch performance

From Rolling Stone Magazine: Diane Birch is a piano-playing preacher’s daughter with a shameless love for Sixties and Seventies soul and singer-songwriter pop. Her welterweight voice is strong and fetching, and with help from Joss Stone’s producers and top-shelf players, she nails some vintage sounds. “Fools” conjures Carole King, “Nothing but a Miracle” echoes Aretha, “Valentino” borrows clicky-clacky grooves from the Dixie Cups’ “Iko Iko.” Birch doesn’t much update her sources: “Ariel” feels like an old Elton John tune even though she’s referencing personal Web pages. But the melodies stick, and girl’s got taste; she’s good company for a flashback.

Diane was @ #140conf. She is one of the popular music stars whose success is based on social media …

Here we go … I loved it!

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