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Eclectic,English eccentricity. A touch of Electronica a dash of indie Jazz and Folk too,plus occasional full-on guitar, violin and world influences
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Copacetic
Today #26 in Jazz Fusion subgenre
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Weird synchronicity
Today #44 in Alternative
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Early Reflections
Today #48 in Classical General subgenre
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Sanctified In Error
Today #87 in Gospel Instrumentals subgenre
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Where do you go on a night like this
Today #50 in Other Alternative subgenre
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Social Media Lies
Peak position #32
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November Remembered
Peak in sub-genre #54
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Echos Of What Is Passing
Peak in sub-genre #36
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Guitar Noise number 2
Today #68 in Instrumental Rock subgenre
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Nothing Speaks To Me
Peak position #81
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Play In The Sun
Peak position #29
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We Do It Just Like This
Peak position #38
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Madness In My Dreams
Peak position #40
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Stage Managed Little Hell
Today #59 in Adult Contemporary subgenre
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Happy Endings
Peak in sub-genre #23
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Spaces In Our Heads
Peak position #22
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Poet And The Pinch Of Salt
Peak position #55
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Just Another One
Today #85 in Progressive Rock subgenre
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Warning Bouy
Peak in sub-genre #36
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Diamonds in the Rough
Peak position #43
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london, United Kingdom
July 26, 2004
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Diana Stones Music The Music Actually a lot of the music is up beat and optimistic so figure that one out, I wish I could.Perhaps because music takes me to another place that I can not otherwise occupy, or maybe at the best of times opens a doorway for me. I think I have drifted through every musical style in the history of Mankind, ( personkind perhaps, or am I getting a bit Californian ) as I have always been interested in almost every sort of music from pop to the musicals and the classics, I would love to get into film /soundtrack writing but it is of course like every other part of the music world highly competitive. I used to play with a band called Elephant Shelf, and now I also play as part of the Delta ladies. I perform the occasional Glass Cage song with them.I am also doing acoustic versions of some of the songs in live performance from time to time. This is something that I would like to expand on when the time is ripe for it.
Band/artist history
Almost a band so many times, but now back to being a solo artist with a virtual band. I am looking to put together a live outfit that will play under the name Diana Stone's Glass Cage as I have musicians that I can borrow occasionally for this when they are not too busy.If you want to get in contact then check out my page at www.myspace.com/dianastone Being a multi-instrumentalist it's difficult often to reproduce the kind of stuff I record in live performance so if if you do get to hear a live version of a Glass Gage song it may sound a little different until cloning is perfected.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
I played live with a band called Elephant shelf a Blues Rock & Jazz flavoured outfit all around London and also occasionally In France. Also as part of a Roots style act called the Delta Ladies.Over the past 14 years we have played 2000+ gigs, so it keeps me busy, but I am still thinking of a way to get the Cage on the Road somehow.We also had a cabaret venue called "The Bordello" in Stoke Newington which ran for about 6 months. We have booked bands into the Music Palace in Crouch End which we sometimes play and a new venue in West London called the Tune Inn in Acton which is modeled on the American style of bar and has a very good vibe to play at. I also play as part of a duo called the Delta Ladies and have played the Royal Vauxhall Tavern as part of the 'Hot August Fringe Festival' with both the Delta Ladies and Elephant Shelf. Most of the above is a little out of date now. I work live with various musicians on other projects now. My completely solo stuff is here.
Your musical influences
A little bit of everything, just missed being a child of the sixties, so lots of early prog rock, but also a lot of folk, a bit of jazz, and anything slightly of the beaten track.So Sounds a bit like King Crimson and Its a Beautiful day in some places. Any one remember Gong there were great too Also I did not realize but lots of old Hippie music influences too have managed to creep into the melange as well.
What equipment do you use?
Korg 01/Wfd, Korg MonoPoly,(venerable old synth),Yamaha digital Piano and Roland SP 505 sampler & Roland electric Piano,Korg X50 for gigs where you have to go by bus. A rather nice old harmony acoustic and well played in Aria Pro Electric which is getting some use live now.Plus other bits and bobs.Guitars of various sorts, electric and acoustic and Violin & Electric Violin & bass
Anything else?
Exe Londoner now live out of town but visit a lot. https://dianaboring.tumblr.com/
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88,400 plays
255,178 views
Diana Stones Music The Music Actually a lot of the music is up beat and optimistic so figure that one out, I wish I could.Perhaps because music takes me to another place that I can not otherwise occupy, or maybe at the best of times opens a doorway for me. I think I have drifted through every musical style in the history of Mankind, ( personkind perhaps, or am I getting a bit Californian ) as I have always been interested in almost every sort of music from pop to the musicals and the classics, I would love to get into film /soundtrack writing but it is of course like every other part of the music world highly competitive. I used to play with a band called Elephant Shelf, and now I also play as part of the Delta ladies. I perform the occasional Glass Cage song with them.I am also doing acoustic versions of some of the songs in live performance from time to time. This is something that I would like to expand on when the time is ripe for it.
Band/artist history
Almost a band so many times, but now back to being a solo artist with a virtual band. I am looking to put together a live outfit that will play under the name Diana Stone's Glass Cage as I have musicians that I can borrow occasionally for this when they are not too busy.If you want to get in contact then check out my page at www.myspace.com/dianastone Being a multi-instrumentalist it's difficult often to reproduce the kind of stuff I record in live performance so if if you do get to hear a live version of a Glass Gage song it may sound a little different until cloning is perfected.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
I played live with a band called Elephant shelf a Blues Rock & Jazz flavoured outfit all around London and also occasionally In France. Also as part of a Roots style act called the Delta Ladies.Over the past 14 years we have played 2000+ gigs, so it keeps me busy, but I am still thinking of a way to get the Cage on the Road somehow.We also had a cabaret venue called "The Bordello" in Stoke Newington which ran for about 6 months. We have booked bands into the Music Palace in Crouch End which we sometimes play and a new venue in West London called the Tune Inn in Acton which is modeled on the American style of bar and has a very good vibe to play at. I also play as part of a duo called the Delta Ladies and have played the Royal Vauxhall Tavern as part of the 'Hot August Fringe Festival' with both the Delta Ladies and Elephant Shelf. Most of the above is a little out of date now. I work live with various musicians on other projects now. My completely solo stuff is here.
Your musical influences
A little bit of everything, just missed being a child of the sixties, so lots of early prog rock, but also a lot of folk, a bit of jazz, and anything slightly of the beaten track.So Sounds a bit like King Crimson and Its a Beautiful day in some places. Any one remember Gong there were great too Also I did not realize but lots of old Hippie music influences too have managed to creep into the melange as well.
What equipment do you use?
Korg 01/Wfd, Korg MonoPoly,(venerable old synth),Yamaha digital Piano and Roland SP 505 sampler & Roland electric Piano,Korg X50 for gigs where you have to go by bus. A rather nice old harmony acoustic and well played in Aria Pro Electric which is getting some use live now.Plus other bits and bobs.Guitars of various sorts, electric and acoustic and Violin & Electric Violin & bass
Anything else?
Exe Londoner now live out of town but visit a lot. https://dianaboring.tumblr.com/
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