Diana DeMuth is a singer/songwriter originally from Boston, Massachusetts. She began writing songs at the age of eleven thanks to encouragement from her guitar teacher. Diana recorded her first EP at fourteen years old and has been in the studio and on the road ever since. Although she never talks about it, Diana was a 2013 contestant on "The X Factor." On a whim during a layover in Colorado, Diana auditioned for the show, eventually making it through to the celebrity judges round in front of Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and Kelly Rowland and into the top thirty. However, being anything but a cover artist, Diana ultimately decided that the show's vibe didn't click with her singer/songwriter soul. Instead, at age 21 Diana released her debut full-length album, Albuquerque, which she then self-released. Produced by Alain Mallet (Paul Simon, Jonatha Brooke), he and Diana crafted an album where no two tunes have the same concept, many forcing Diana to leave her comfort zone of ballads. Now 23, Diana lives in Los Angeles and performs with her all-female band. She is currently working on her newest album, due to be released later in 2017, with Grammy Award-winning producer Jeff Bova (Celine Dion).