Born and raised in a working-class family in the heart of the East End of London, from the age of three Diane aspired to become a singer. She loved to watch classic musical films and from being a little girl, she would sing and perform for anyone that wanted to listen to her.
Diane joined a choir at her local church and continued to write inspirational songs, it was then that she was approached to write and perform Christian and inspirational songs. She tried to work with producers and up-and-coming musicians but most of them did not understand her voice or style and tried to mold her or convince her to sing in a more popular style.
At a media conference in the Netherlands, she met Vegard Schow, a Norwegian composer, and pianist and was instantly inspired. After the conference, one of the attendees, an American lady, Sullen Roberts, invited Vegard and Diane to America to perform Jazz-fusion songs to large prestigious audiences. Diane and Vegard soon managed to build up a fan base and a few months later they were performing to large crowds in Norway.
There is Nothing Quite Like Christmas, is Diane reminiscing the old and bringing the sound in line with the 21st century, enjoy.