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Dana Greene Live




The world is a song that we sing. There are those singers who help us sing it, who give shape to the sounds that we cling to-sounds that become so familiar, they feel like the rooms of a house we've known all our lives. Dana Greene is that rare singer who brings our world back to us with passion, purity, pulse, and-in her word of words, "touch." "It's all about touch," she says. "Whether it's feeling the shape of a song in air, or knowing the turns of a phrase played out on the neck of a guitar, it has to have touch or it's not there."

Dana Greene is a singer/songwriter,pianist,
guitarist, and actress. She also has been a star of Musical Theater and was honored with a Dramalogue Award for her performance opposite screen lengend Van Johnson in the California Music Theater's production of Showboat, as well as many other leading roles.

She has performed throughout Los Angeles as a solo artist, with her captivating original band
THE DANA GREENE THING, as well as her jazz-eclectic trio, and following the release of her CD, "Dana Greene Live," she embarked on an international tour to outstanding reviews.

Her songwriting includes impressive compositions such as “Where I Am,” and “Lonely For You” - a haunting masterpiece, which shows her songwriting talent as comparable to the best in the industry. Other recordings include the featured duet, "Wish", with the legendary Bobby Womack (Continuum Records), and a new album of orginal songs soon to be released.

The narrator of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby says "life is much more successfully looked at from a single window.” This is not the case with Dana Greene. Her rare ability to leap across the genres of Folk, Jazz, R&B, Musical Theater, Opera, and Gospel, display a depth and range of talent familiar with many rooms in the world's house. If there is a single window from which she hears her music, it is a window high and wide enough to successfully let in an astonishing versatility of spirit.

--Jack Trank