Diane Linn is a versatile singer/songwriter with a sound that is best described as “American Celtic”.
Diane Linn is a member of the Avalon Guitars Artists Program (avalonguitars.com – see folk/traditional artists) Diane plays guitar, bodhran (Celtic drum), and piano. Her four cds – “Bard of the Mountains”, “Janus”, “A Rogue by Any Other Name” and “Conversations with the Moon” have received critical acclaim, (see Raves and Faves). “Conversations with the Moon” is featured on cdbaby.com/linn.
She began a holiday tradition in 1986 with quartets and trios dressed in Victorian costume. The demand is high throughout the Houston area at special events and parties. Most recently, Diane joined “voices” and musical instruments with The Merry Minstrels – Bob Bielefeld, Leslie Tabor and Jim Hancock.
Diane portrayed a struggling Country & Western singer, Babs Foldanrock at Allenberry Resort Murder Mystery Weekend in Pennsylvania. On stage at Main
Street Theater in Houston, she was a member of the chorus in "Sweeney Todd" by Stephen Sondheim. She's toured with Young Audiences in central
and southeast Texas schools in “Hip Hip Huzzah”.
“More songs to sing, more tales to avow, more blarney than the law doth allow!” is the motto of Diane Linn’s “Bard O'Neill” musical variety show. Music Director at the New York Renaissance Festival is also among her credits. She’s taught language and improvisation workshops, directed performance company shows and the pub sing at the NYRF, TRF, and Scarborough Faire. No stranger to the microphone, she's done voiceover work & media appearances in Houston, Dallas, Denver and New York.