Dianna is a hairdresser in Bottineau, North Dakota and owns her own salon, "The Hair Nook". When not working in the salon, she helps her husband, a grain farmer, run combine during harvest.
She is a member of the Women’s Choir and The Community Theatre in Bottineau. Dianna has had lead rolls in "Music Man", "Oklahoma", "Annie Get Your Gun", "The Will Rogers Follies", and "Pajama Game" to name a few. She also played Bloody Mary in "South Pacific" and is a member of the church choir.
Dianna has performed in a number of variety shows and competed in several Bottineau County Fair competitions, which led to her performance at the North Dakota State Fair. She has also sung at several different events around the area varying from Secular to Christian including the Lions Club, Nights of Christmas, and Music in the Park.
Ever since she was a child it has been a dream of hers to record. After much encouragement from friends and family, she, along with Community Theatre colleague, Luther Olson, recorded her first album, "Dreams". Luther is a College Math Professor and wrote several of the songs, including "I’ve Got Your Number" along with vocal and instrumental background music.
Dianna’s vocals have been compared to Martina McBride, Olivia Newton John, and her blues style to Norah Jones.