Avi Diamond is a Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter with an eclectic style ranging from soul-infused folk to jazzy pop. Her style sounds like a mix between Fiona Apple, Thelonious Monk, and Radiohead. She holds a degree in Music Therapy from Duquesne University where she focused on jazz voice. She plays most often under her own name with a slew of musicians, many of whom are female. Check out her music at Avi Diamond Bandcamp.
SPOTIFY: The Avi Diamond Playlist
January 15th, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
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Jazz singer Avi Diamond joins Petticoat Rule to reveal how the experience of getting a degree in music therapy has shaped her songwriting and her life.