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Debut CD: 'dyatribe':  1. dya (DY-uh): the first 3 letters of the name Dyan Kane  2.  Tribe: a number of persons of any class or profession  -or-  A group of people, under one chief or ruler, united by common ancestry, language or culture, as in WE ALL ARE ONE.
A few cool reviews from a few nice peeps:

“The musicianship is right in the pocket and Dyan's phrasing is impeccable. The choice of these songs for her and the band [Robert Turner/P, Ryan Cross/B, Lyndon Rochelle/D)] appear to have the unifying effect necessary to pull off a grand performance like this. Dyan is in possession of haunting refrains that make me smile.”   
-James M. Janisse -"The Gentleman of Jazz"

“Dyan Kane and the Robert Turner Trio [Ryan Cross/Bass, Lyndon Rochelle/Drums], reinvent several familiar songs in unusual and imaginative ways. No matter how complex the music, or how assertive the ensemble, the singer sounds confident and relaxed, floating above it all with fresh improvising and a smile in her voice.”
Scott Yanow, staff writer ‘The LA Jazz Scene,’ author of 11 books including ‘The Jazz Singers’.

"I listened to the album over and over. I'd just love it. Your singing is alway unique and enjoyable  ....it's one of a kind!  Your voice has a special sound and no one else has it!!  It is one of  the best jazz vocal albums of the decade."
- Toshi Taenaka, CEO, Interplay Records

"Dyan Kane's DYAtribe is a great listen. Let me put it this way - whatever song I'm listening to is my favorite because they're all equally wonderful. Her amazing voice, unique interpretations of classics, and awesome musicians make this a joy to listen to again and again. And I'm not even a jazz person -- except when it comes to this CD!"
--Marian Rosin, Comedian/Actress/Writer, NYC

The first single, 'Eleanor Rigby', off 'dyatribe', can now be downloaded at CDbaby.com,  ITUNES.com,  and AMAZON.com!  'Eleanor Rigby' is also streaming at Pandora and Spotify!  A portion of proceeds go to Rick O'Barry's Dolphin Project (www.dolphinproject.org)