Hi Diane, how are you, long time no see you, grat music i like your music, if you want u can listen my new cd jazz All by my self, i hope like, is important your comment because you are very professional singing!!!!!
all the best
Diane...sweet songstress indeed!...great selections, phrasing, arrangements...and range. A competent musical array of talents to win my admiration with your skills. Thank you for sharing it all with this world in need of more jazz artists...well done! Wishing you all the very best for you and all those in your life for the coming New Year...may the world be your oyster ibn 2009...enjoy! ....always b
Goddess Diane, thank you for smiling on my humble efforts! How honored I am that you took the time to listen to my music. I am wow-ed and inspired by your accomplishments and your incredible voice which flows like silk! What makes it even more amazing is that it sounds effortless... which is the proof-positive that you have worked at your craft with great dedication and intensity! I hope to learn from your beautiful tracks. Me want to go to Berlin too! So glad you connected with me and I look forward to sharing more with you in the future. Grateful for you, Mone
thank you for your love comment,
it would be my pleasure to see your show in Berlin, please let me know when and where you are playing and singing there.
Musical greetings from Berlin
Do you speak german or french? :-)
Thank you Diane! I saw your video of GET HERE! Thats one of my favorite songs. Sooo you have lots of experience and music know how! Hope to meet you one day... share the stage!!!... Now I'm gonna search for you on YOUTUBE!! smile.
Hi Diane, thanks for your comment, I have immediately put your video among my favorite because I love who sings and it plays with feeling and passion, you in this video transmit everything this, I am me honored to have you among my friends.
Many thanks again & all all all the best.
Great to meet and hear you! I'm enjoying your lovely sound on Corcovado, and cool All Blues.
Hope to see you in Toronto some time. Keep in touch and keep the music flowing......
All the best,
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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