Diane Birch

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Diane Birch

Singer-songwriter Diane Birch made her remarkable debut, Bible Belt, and is now back with Speak A Little Louder. In 2009, Bible Belt opened in the Billboard Top 100 and received glowing reviews from The New York Times, NPR, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair. Birch began sharing the stage with Stevie Wonder to Betty Wright and appearing on Letterman, Leno, Conan, Kimmel, and Ellen. Birch recorded Bible Belt with guitarist Lenny Kaye of The Patti Smith Group, bassists Adam Blackstone from The Roots, George Porter of The Meters, acclaimed drummers Stanton Moore of Galactic and Cindy Blackman of Lenny Kravitz fame, saxophonist-about-town Lenny Pickett, trombonist Tom “Bones” Malone, and Eugene Pitt, lead vocalist of the Jive Five. After a four year hiatus, Birch partnered with Daptones drummer Homer Steinweiss, who produced her second record, co-wrote several tracks, and, according to Birch, pushed her creatively to a whole new place. For Speak a Little Louder, Birch and Steinwess collaborated with Betty Wright, Duran Duran bassist John Taylor and Aqualung’s Matt Hales, as well Adele producer Eg White, Roots drummer Questlove, who co-produced the track ‘Speak a Little Louder’ along with Steve Greenberg.

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Diane Birch
Event Category: Performance
When: January 22, 2014
Time: 8:00pm
Where: Bowery Ballroom
More Info: www.boweryballroom.com
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