Diane Pancel
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Diane Pancel


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The best kept secret in music


"Quote from John Shields"

“Emotionally charged vocals, and full of energy. Diane should be a future star!” ~ John Shields Station Manager The X 91.3
- John Shields


Creature Made In Heaven - Album - 1989

Upcoming Album to be released in Early Spring 2007.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Diane Pancel is a seasoned artist who's performances range from the Southern United States to the Merritt Mountain Music Festival. Having grown up in a European family, Diane's musical tastes are eclectic and diverse. Diane is currently promoting her debut album not only as a Co-Producer but adding songwriter to the list. Other than being a recording artist, Diane's first love is the theatre where she has performed in such shows as Love Matters, Cabaret at the Met, The Songs we sing, and for 2 Years was a featured Singer in the Butchart Gardens Stage Show "Showtime". This dynamic vocalist has worked and shared the stage with such artists as Louise Rose, Morry Stearns, Tobin Stokes and the late Linton Garner.

With a diverse ethnic background (Her father Hungarian and her Mother Portuguese) her 5 Octave range, Diane's ability to sing in 5 other languages is no exception to doubt.

Here's a list of some other hilights of Diane's Career:

- Released her self entitled album, "Introducing" in August of 2007 and is receiving steady airplay on CBC Radio One with rave reviews.

- Shared the stage with such acts as Lonestar and Leann Rimes @ the Merritt Mountain Music festival.

- Was one of 6 Canadians invite to the AMTC in Seattle to perform for over 80 agents from across Canada and the US.

- Was the First Runner up in Canada for the CCMA's National Singing competition which landed her a gig in Nashville.

- Diane does extesive Charity work with the Canadian Cancer Society, Aids Foundation, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Canadian Red Cross, and Santa's Annonymous.