Diana Z

Diana Z

 Toronto, Ontario, CAN
BandFolkAcoustic

Warm celestial vocals reminiscent of Alison Krauss...often compared to The Cranberries, Colbie Caillat, Natalie Merchant

Band Press

Diana Z CD Launch Article on tceb.ca Oct. 27th 2007 – Joe Curtis


Diana Z is a delightful folky, and somewhat Celtic influenced (ie: Sinead O’Connor) singer/songwriter/guitarist who this writer has had the happy fortune to see live in concert at Jeff Healey’s Roadhouse, recently for Miss Z’s CD release party for her debut CD, All I Want. The Healey’s show was well-attended and received by Diana’s die-hard fans -- and several impressed patrons like myself, who hadn’t the good fortune of seeing Diana in concert up


Moon Point soundtrack contest winner – Mark Alexander

"The first track that really stood out was the one by Diana Z - 'All I Want' - it's a very lush recording with beautiful vocals, and ethereal guitar...just a beautiful song overall".

Interrogation: Diana Z – Ben Histand

Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2011 3:01 pm

by Ben Histand


It all goes back to Neil Young. Or, more specifically, Neil Young's MySpace page. Back in the mid aughts, Diana Z (for Zitmanis) was singing and playing guitar in her hometown of Toronto, writing songs and working on a first album, when she got an email from a guy in

Review: Chickenstock Music Festival – Anchorage Daily News - playblog

When I got there the skies opened. Fittingly, Hurricane Dave was on stage. He was playing an Alaska-fied rendition of “Margaritaville” (“searching for my lost bag of rock salt”) while my crew and I set up camp. The clouds parted for a while as Canadian-turned-Palmer-resident Diana Z followed with a set of sweetly sung folk tunes, including a pretty take on Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m on Fire

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