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“Feb 28, 2011 – Diane Izzo R.I.P.: A singer/songwriter of formidable talent who deserved a ... I didn't know Diane Izzo well and yet I felt close to her. ...”
“Feb 27, 2011 – Diane Izzo debuted in 1999 with one of the best singer-songwriter albums ever out of Chicago, “One.””
“That determination still shines through on Izzo's final song when the dusted sapphire of her voice sings, "Is it true what they say about it all/Going through the darkest hole/Where the black jackal waits for us all/ was it all for the black and gold?"”
“On Feb. 25, cancer claimed the life of Chicago native Diane Izzo. She was 43. In 1999, musician Diane Izzo won big praise with her debut album, One. It was a trifecta of elegant and emotive music, lyrics and voice. That album was 10 years in the making. And although Izzo never released another album, her creative voice was hardly silent.”