ArtVoice Magazine calls Diana Chittester,

“A Complex Guitar Acrobat”

for her “not so girly,” playing style.

Diana Chittester

Diana Chittester stands on stage alone with just an acoustic guitar. The solo show is brought to life by her signature finger-picking, percussive multi-part playing. Her personal stories and the vulnerability she shares on stage resonates with audiences as she invites them along on her journey. Diana’s energetic stage presence, mixed with the right amount of sass, provides audiences the full experience.

“Demonstrated prowess on the guitar and [a] penchant for wrenching vocals.”
— Cleveland Plain Dealer

“A woman who can make a single acoustic guitar sound like an orchestra”
— No Surf Review

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Recorded in the Bywater of New Orleans in 2014 with engineer Andrew “Goat” Gilchrist, best known for his work on Ani DiFranco’s Grammy Award Winning album, Evolve, & Gold album, Living in Clip.

Being most true to her live stage show, Diana Chittester recreates the live vibe in a studio setting on Find My Way Home. Recorded in Analog, her first solo acoustic album features the popular “Doin’ Fine” and a rendition of “Storyteller” created for Elizabeth Earley’s soundtrack, A Map of Everything. The albums title track, “Find My Way Home”, was featured in an It Get’s Better video.

"A terrific album"
- Jeff Niesel (Scene Magazine)
Photos Courtesy of Every Angle Photography