Diane George was born in Brooklyn, New York. The first fifteen years of her life were spent with her grandmother on a farm in Arkansas. Diane's grandmother often wrote lyrics and sang in church while toting her along. When her grandmother passed away in the sixties Diane developed a personal passion for the art of singing and song writing. Her first song was titled 'May the Best Girl Win.' At the age of fifteen Diane formed a singing group, The Dinettes, and began delivering a slew of emotionally intense performances at local dances and parties in New York City. At seventeen she signed on to be the lead singer in a local New York band. Throughout the years Diane sang in many local circuits. Even the famous Apollo Theater has had the pleasure of indulging. Diane continuously holds on to and breeds the passion that she inherited from her grandmother. Today she establishes herself as a solo artist and writer who is a force to be reckoned with. Never missing a beat throughout the years, she has written and produced many tunes of many different genres, from country and western to gospel to rhythm and blues to pop. Although, she maintains that country and western is where her heart lies. One of such songs, 'Think of Me' was played on the Bonanza television sitcom. Each tune she orchestrates is delivered with an individually biting style, from the bottom of her soul vocals and an arresting melody. Her vocals can be defined as rare and methodically sensual. Now a foster mom to three young lads, Diane's passion for the arts and spiritual being has sparked an artistry that heals the hearts of children. Continuing in her quest to find ways to amaze and inspire, she has compiled 'Star Child.' 'Star Child' is a collection of five gospel-inspired tunes that touch the lives of children and adults alike. The catchy hooks of every track seem to make you sing along, no matter how old you are or what kind of music you thought you liked. While self esteem, love and respect are the topics of choice within the 'Star Child.' Listening closely to 'Star Child' will reveal a gentleness and happiness every child could relate to. From the beginning of the first track you'll recognize and sustain the healing power of music and want to share it with your children. What is shared in this album between artist and listener is what keeps Diane going year after year and song after song, faith and passion.