Diane Birch produced her studio room debut with 2009’s Bible Belt, a combined mix of singer/songwriter spirit and soft ’70s-period play the vein of Carole Ruler, Laura Nyro, and Elton John. Although created in Michigan, Birch journeyed the world as a kid, jumping between Zimbabwe, South Africa, Australia, and Oregon with her preacher dad. Her musical affects became as varied as her upbringing, as well as the Suzuki-trained pianist ultimately moved to LA, where she started distilling her like for Motown, blues, and old-fashioned pop right into a distinctively retro audio. After honing her chops in Britain, Birch came back to America and authorized with S-Curve Information. Bible Belt, which presented cameos from users of Galactic, the Origins, as well as the Jive Five, premiered in-may 2009. The recording — that four singles had been released this year 2010 — was well received and afforded her the opportunity to tour thoroughly. In 2011, she documented the benefit solitary “FIND YOURSELF Bird Music (For Japan)” as an electronic download; its proceeds visited assist with alleviation efforts following the Fukushima nuclear flower meltdown. In early 2013, English rapper Devlin protected her music “Rewind”; Birch made an appearance in the support chorus. Her sophomore work, Speak just a little Louder, premiered in nov 2013.