Sunday, June 6, 2010

Diane Arkenstone



About: Diane Arkenstone
Diane wrote her first song at the age of three and picked up her first guitar at the age of seven.

Her album, "Jewel in the Sun," debuted at No. 16 on Billboard’s New Age charts when it was released in October 2002, peaking at number 11. In 2005, her album, The Best of Diane, went No. 1 on the New Age radio charts. In all, she’s worked on more than 45 albums, producing 28 under her own label, Neo Pacifica.

Diane’s music embraces many styles, from Celtic, Trance, World and Native American, to techno, rock and folk.

Interview: Ambient Visions – Diane Arkenstone

AV: Music has a unique way of touching all of us in one way or another. Having read a little about you on the Internet you have said that you were singing and writing songs when you were 3 years old. What kinds of music touched you and motivated you to sing and write at the tender age of three?

DA: Anything and everything musical touched me. I was writing Celtic songs about Donegal at age 3, interestingly enough, since I knew nothing of Ireland at the time, and the only music played in the house was classical and opera.

Press:

"Listening to Diane’s music is like experiencing “Waves of pure emotion and empathy with an angelic voice that pulls you along a magical journey into a dimension of light”. That’s the only way I know how to describe Diane’s music." ~ Stewart Brennan ~ World United Music

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