Diana Chittester

For fans of:Ani DiFranco, Steve Earle, Leonard Cohen, Lindsay Buckingham, Tom Waits
Description

Holding the stage on her own without the use of gimmicks or gadgets, Diana Chittester’s performance simulates the sound of multiple guitarists playing at once. Her unique blend of swift-finger picking, intricate strumming combined with an array of alternate and open tuning’s allows her guitar to speak to the listener. Music Connection Magazine critiques Chittester as an “intelligent and articulate artist” for her ability to “describe her personal journey…expressing her innermost feelings without artifice”. Not afraid to address controversial topics, Diana’s lyrical content examines sexual encounters, the politics of religion and the affects of paternal influence. Diana’s performing style has earned her a comparison to the accomplished Lindsay Buckingham and Ani DiFranco with a lyrical edge that provokes the title an ‘up-and-coming’ progressive, indie, folk artist.

Diana Chittester broke into the independent music market in 2008 when asked to open for award winning guitarist, Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson). She went on to share the stage with a diverse array of artists ranging from Melissa Ferrick, Catie Curtis, Kim Richey, Bitch and Ferron, blues guitarist Kelly Richey, to classic rocker Kim Simmonds of Savoy Brown and Pittsburgh/Cleveland legends, Donnie Iris and Michael Stanley. Her music has been played on college, public and international radio stations. She has appeared on various TV networks, including PBS, music programs and has garnered attention through established publications in the regions she has toured.

Diana has successfully toured through a dozen Midwest, Rustbelt and East Coast regions while promoting her second album, In This Skin. Coming soon is the highly anticipated release of Diana Chittester’s first live album which will be paired with a 20 city tour to be announced in early 2014.

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