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Diana DeMuth announced as special guest to Ida Mae

‘Hotel Song’ leads the way, a potent, lyrical, literate display that traces Diana DeMuth’s path of self-realisation. It’s a dose of heaven” – Clash Magazine

Diana DeMuth has just announced that she will support AMA ‘Album of the Year 2019’ nominees and Americana duo, Ida Mae, on their UK and Ireland tour which includes a date at London’s Bush Hall on April 22nd.

Following a hugely successful pair of London shows with producer and collaborator Simone Felice (Bat For Lashes, The Lumineers, Jade Bird) at The Slaughtered Lamb, rising star Diana DeMuth has just announced that she will support AMA ‘Album of the Year 2019’ nominees and Americana duo, Ida Mae. Diana has recently released the devastatingly beautiful ‘Rose of Nantucket’ and the emotionally charged anthem, ‘Hotel Song’, with more exciting music to be released soon. 

Diana DeMuth will play the following UK and Ireland dates with Ida Mae. Tickets on sale now. Watch Diana’s incredible live version of ‘Rose of Nantucket’ for Under the Apple Tree sessions HERE

April 

Tues 21st BRISTOL, The Louisiana 

Wed 22nd LONDON, Bush Hall 

Fri 24th BRIGHTON, Komedia Studio 

Sat 25th NORWICH, Norwich Arts Centre

Tues 28th NEWCASTLE, Cluny’s

Wed 29th GLASGOW, Nice n Sleazy’s

Growing up on the coast of Massachusetts, Diana was immersed in a bohemian upbringing where she moved from place to place with hippie parents. That same restless spirit inhabited Diana: she always had a sense that there was something out there beyond where she grew up and that existence. At 19, after going to college for one week, Diana left because she was certain music was her path. For the past five years, she’s focused on just that, spending her time traveling and playing small gigs around America, while waitressing and honing her craft.

Diana and Simone teamed up with Simone’s long-time co-producer and arranger David Baron at their Catskill Mountain studio overlooking the Shokan Reservoir outside Woodstock where the music flowed quickly and freely, and together they began to record.