Diane Birch Biography (Wikipedia)
Diane Birch (born January 24, 1983) is an American singer-songwriter.
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Diane Birch Tracks
Love And War
Last played on
St Pancras Old Church, London, UK
Diane Birch, Dan Croll, Betty Who, Lisa Mitchell, Slaves, Marika Hackman, The Japanese House, Hannah Georgas, Shogun, Homeshake, Lowell, John K. Samson, Froth, Will Joseph Cook, Dagny, Steve James, The Magic Gang, Molly, Avelino, Pumarosa, Gordi, Youngr, Horse Thief, Sampa The Great, Tender, The Parrots, 67, Olympia, Mammút, Baloji, Stefflon Don, Dream Wife, Tired Lion, Busty And The Bass, Tom Grennan, Skott, Freak, Parcels, Plaitum, The Goon Sax, Youngblood, Picture This, Judas, Ill, Jesse Terry, Rhythm Method, Hare Squead, Sälen, Mullally, SLØTFACE, Nilufer Yanya, Kojo Funds, Tsar B, Bryde, Lowly, Jerkcurb, Yellow Days, Jordan Mackampa, CHILDCARE, Fazerdaze, Our Girl, Swimming Tapes, HMLTD, Cosima, Baba Shrimps, Buvette, The Bay Rays, Gabriella Cohen, Zeal and Ardor, Stevie Parker, Abattoir Blues, Aine Cahill, King Nun, Jake Houlsby, One Sentence. Supervisor, Adam Naas, Kudu Blue, Noga Erez, Dead Pretties, Kane Strang, October Drift, Mauno, Odd Beholder, J. Bernardt, Husky Loops, Charlie Straw, Off Bloom, Sultan Of The Disco, Mosa Wild, Belly Squad, Cheap Meat, YOWL, Native Dancer, Catherine McGrath, Like a Motorcycle, Kolars, The Sandinistas, North Downs, PAULi., Rosborough, Cocoa Futures, Club Drive, Bokito, MC Sniper, Soshe, Pixey, Francobolllo and Ainslee Woods
Great Escape Festival, Brighton, UK
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