Dianne Allen comes from a long line of sensational songbirds, and believes "Life's a song, so sing it."
From age, 9 Dianne made her singing debut at a Block Association talent show in Weeksville, Brooklyn NY and never ever looked back.
She refined her natural talents through voice lessons under the tutelage of the gifted Mr. Joseph Scott, Jr at the Ansonia Hotel in New York City, and to this day remains true to her first love singing.
Dianne extended her performances throughout many states and countries, such as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, New Rochelle, Florida, Bermuda and the Virgin Islands. Such venues, included, The Broad Street Ballroom in NYC, The Hamptonians of NY Caribbean American Association, The Water Club, NYC, Tappan Hill Mansion Tarry Town, NY and The Grand Central Terminal NE Balcony with prominent MTA officials and Port of Authority executives in attendance.
Dianne also relishes the occasion to showcase at intimate venues, The Queens Librarys Tribute to Piano Greats, The Elk Lodge #217, Don Coqui Restaurant, in New Rochelle and Jazz Exposé at the Jazz Gallery in NYC (where she remains the only female performer for 4 straight years at that venue. Ms. Allen also initiated an outdoor live music lunchtime series in Brooklyn, NY for the Kings County Hospital community.
Dianne continues the tradition of sensational songbirds before her, by mentoring and teaching young children to trust and believe in themselves through song.
Dianne has been referred to as a siren of sound, having a melodious voice yet brassy and live. Grateful for her many blessings she continues to "live the life she sings."