"Captivating and emotive."
“A sensational lead singer dripping with emotion who puts every inch into every syllable.”
“Blue is a multi-talented performer who's equally at home belting out a blues standard or cutting loose with a ferocious harmonica solo.”
“Blue’s vocal talents are right on par with the likes of Dee Dee Bridgewater.”
“An incredible blues diva...extraordinarily talented vocalist.”
“[Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters' album Maxwell Street] is in no small part accentuated by the full-throated, soulful singing of Diane Blue."”
“She exudes a sassy, jazz inflected confidence and earthly blues power that’s rarely seen or heard in the Northeast as she makes listeners believe every word she sings.”
"Soulful singing...with as much genuine heart as [Ronnie] Earl's stringing."
"Diane Blue is full of soul, plays a mean harmonica and can sing the blues like crazy! ...high energy, heart felt and simply wonderful!"
“I have worked with a lot of great singers...Etta James, Irma Thomas... Diane Blue is one of the best singers in the world. She's got so much soul...she blows me away.”
“Diane's voice is so stunning,with a powerful and very colorful delivery.”
“Diane Blue knows how to get a band rollin' and a House rockin'!”
“Diane Blue is a major celebration of all that is the Blues...Nothing about her voice, her blues harp playing, all of her music, and her personality is standard. She's simply dazzling.”
“She's like a cross between a female Howlin' Wolf and Aretha Franklin...”
“Diane Blue's voice and harp playing is among the best around. The show was excellent and Diane is captivating.”
“Diane Blue: You are fabulous! Everyone in the room was loving your music. From your soulful singing, heartfelt harmonica playing, and your professional stage presence, you have got it going on. You really 'perform'.”
“When she gets her harp & mic going, the language is hard hitting blues. Strong, confident and tasteful.”
"She's a monster on that harp..."
“Diane has power, chops and finesse...Blue’s harmonica work offers justification to the adage of “it’s not just about the notes you play, but it’s about the spaces between the notes..."”