Diane Uythoven

Diane Uythoven


Diane Uythoven is a difficult artist to pin down. Filling shows with high energy, she is a very seasoned performer and entertainer.



Diane Uythoven is a country artist from Nashville, TN who has been christened the “Cadillac of female artists” by legendary songwriter Tommy Barnes. Fresh off of her eighteenth birthday, this country phenom is electrifying the Nashville scene with uncompromising charm and the power to connect with audiences of all forms.

Diane is currently celebrating the release of her long-awaited self-titled debut album with Dime Museum Records. The CD not only highlights Diane’s remarkable vocal expertise but also features some of the best songwriters and session talent in the industry, a testament to her gift. Recorded at the esteemed Junction Recording Studio by John Sturdivant, Jr., the ten-track collection features blockbusters by songwriting heavyweights Tommy Barnes of “Indian Outlaw” fame and Matraca Berg, co-writer of 1997 CMA Single of the Year, “Strawberry Wine.” The album also exhibits the talents of guitarist James Mitchell (Dierks Bentley), Larry Marrs on bass (Marty Stuart, George Jones) and Chris Golden, drummer for the Mighty Oaks Band.

Born in Jacksonville, FL, Diane spent most of her life on the stage. While in the fourth grade, Diane spent a year in the children’s theatre program at the historic Theatre Jax, starring in two featured roles. At the same time, Diane started her classical voice studies with Gwen Hernandez, director of Florida Baptist Singing Women. While attending LaVilla School of the Arts, Diane won the school’s Triple Threat award for her talents in voice, theatre, and ballet. In 2002, Diane competed in the Miss Teen Jacksonville Pageant, making her the year’s youngest competitor at the age of thirteen.

On November 12, 2003, Diane’s world came to a halt when her father suddenly passed away. The death was devastating to Diane, but she used the faith her dad had in her and used it took reach for new heights. With the support of her family and voice coach, Diane moved to Nashville the next year and has been on a musical surge ever since. In short time, she has already performed for crowds at Broadway staples like World Famous Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, The Stage, Second Fiddle, and Full Moon Saloon. Diane had the honor of headlining the grand opening of Barbie’s Corner Pub and performing for a Fourth of July benefit at St. Thomas hospital.

Diane is also starting to make waves across the world, with her music in steady rotation in Melbourne, Australia; Norway and Romania. In the fall of 2006, Diane was the subject of a one-hour feature on KTSTFM’s The Doc Tremor Show in Los Angeles.

Diane is ready to take the next step and capture the rest of the world with her charisma and sheer command of the stage. Maintaining a drive unmatched by much of her age bracket, there is no obstacle too big to stop Diane from making a name for herself not only in country music but also in the rest of the music industry.


Self titled album: Diane Uythoven- Dime Museum Records 2006

Released single: Some People Fall Some People Fly

Diane Uythoven has been on several independent radio stations all over the world.

The Doc Tremor Show

Nashville Showcase- Radio Sotra

Stone Cold Country Show w/ Rod Bradey-

Dorin Marincas Show-
Romania, Europe

Set List


You ain't woman enough
Give me one reason
What's up
Something to talk about
Folsom Prison
My baby loves me
Help me make it through the night
Bye Bye
Breakdown here
Little too late
Redneck Woman
Let er' rip
I'm alright
Feel like making love
Heads carolina tales California
Hit me with your best shot
When you say nothing at all
Dead or alive
Somebody like you
Save a horse ride a cowboy
When I think about cheating
That's the way love goes
Here for the party
I may hate myself in the morning
Sweet Child of mine
Lesson in leaving
Blame it on your heart
Girls just wanna have fun
Trying to find Atlantis
I'm not the only one
Let's go to Vegas
Good hearted woman
The sweetest thing
Til I can make it on my own
I’d rather go blind
Wicked game