Singer, songwriter, producer Diane Durrett was recently elected Vice President of the Atlanta chapter of the Recording Academy best known for the Grammys. Her 2018 LIVE album "Diane Durrett & Soul Suga" recorded at Eddie’s Attic was reviewed as “Killer, high octane soul throughout" and rose to #5 on the Soul Blues International RMR. In 2017 she was a Global Peace Song Award winner for ‘The River Sings’ co-written with Melissa Junebug. Winner of the 2015 ‘Peoples Choice Award’ by the Atlanta Blues Society, as a well as awarded the ‘Best Self-Produced Album’. “Soul Suga’ & Diane Durrett” received national & international attention charting in the Top 10 of the Roots Music Report Contemporary Blues chart. During the last six years, Diane has joined music leaders across the country to advocate for creator rights in Georgia and with Grammys on the Hill in Washington, D.C. resulting in the recent passing of the Music Modernization Act. With a blend of raw soulful vocals, sultry tones and strong original songs Durrett has sung with Sting, Gregg Allman, The Indigo Girls and Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones). Durrett has opened shows for Tina Turner, KoKo Taylor, Tinsley Ellis, Delbert McClinton, and Derek Trucks. As well as lending her vocals to recording sessions for Grammy award-winning producer Brendan O’Brien and Kristian Bush (Sugarland).