Diane Falcone has recently signed a licensing agreement for 2 of her songs with a major Cable TV Network (MTV & E! Entertainment, BET, etc.) for shows such as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Bad Girls Club, etc. Listen to 'Maybe', one of the chosen songs.Falcone also won the Billboard World Songwriting Contest for 2 of her songs off her full-length CD debut, called, Release, available now for purchase or listen to samples. Check out her myspace. Release, on Passion Flower Records, was produced by David Henry, who is known, in addition to many other credits, for his work with artists such as Josh Rouse and Cowboy Junkies.
After moving to Nashville from Boston, Falcone gained a strong foothold in the Nashville music scene with frequent performances all over town. Look for her music on Oxygen TV, and check soon for her upcoming shows.
Barbara Dacey of WMVY, Vineyard Haven, says, "There's a vulnerability and longing in Diane Falcone's voice and songs that makes you want to keep listening."
"Singer-Songwriter Falcone's first full-length CD, Release, features emotionally direct lyrics rendered in a voice at once vulnerable and ethereal, bringing to mind a less detached Aimee Mann. Producer David Henry frames Falcone's songs in uncluttered, atmospheric arrangements that compliment the impression suggested by her writing--of a woman mostly at peace, yet yearning for greater meaning." Jack Silverman, Nashville Scene
Falcone has been called a "face to watch" by Mix 98.5's Mike Mullaney, "a sweet-voiced singer " by The Boston Globe's Steve Morse, with "sweet pop songs and compelling vocals" by David Wildman of the Boston Globe. Her melodic, guitar-driven pop-rock songs have been described as "honest liltingly sensuous" by Patty Barkas.
Check out Falcone's song 'Silence' on: Neil Young's 'Songs of the Times' website.