If you haven't stopped by in a while, you will notice some changes to my website.  My web hosting service offered an upgrade to the old format, so I decided to take the plunge.  There are still a number of things I will be upgrading, especially my products page.  I hope to have the option to download some of my music up and running before too long so I will publish that page once I have it ready. 

You'll notice the addition of some widgets on the right side of the webpage.  I also moved the pictures of some of my instruments to the TOOLBOX on my navigation bar.  Check them out because I also added some great videos to those pages.  (I promise there will be some of my own videos and music before too long!)

My old template had the option of making an kind of diary entry after a concert.  I've moved those entries to my NEWS page where you will find them under the 'After Hours' heading.  So from now on any post concert entries will automatically be entered that way.

I've been working on the new format for some time now and decided even though it wasn't entirely done, it would save me some time not having to enter data on both the old and new sites.  I also wanted to get things up and running to let you know about my summer concert schedule, and Carmen's upcoming Wisconsin performances. 

There are plenty of opportunities for reader comments . . . hint, hint!  I always enjoy hearing from all of you and appreciate your input and suggestions.

We've had a rather unusual spring around here . . . a burst of summer temperatures for two weeks in March, followed by a long cool spell.  I was able to get out and take some pictures of my instruments and spring flowers in my backyard, one of which ended up as the banner pic for the new site. 

Happy Spring!
Diane

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Diane's new single, an original, finger-style guitar tune, "Afternoon By A Stream," is out now on iTunes!

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An image of a young boy wading in a shallow stream surrounded by moss-covered, sandstone cliffs