Welcome to Green Valley Music, the website for singer/songwriter/storyteller, Diane Michaels.


For more than thirty years, Diane has been entertaining audiences of all ages with her unique blend of music and stories. Diane's singular performances are notable for her ability to play the many instruments she has collected from around the world, and a repertoire that spans generations, genres and cultures. Diane offers a rich selection of programs for entertainment and education, that are sure to delight and enlighten.

Whether you are looking for a performer for a large venue concert series, an intimate gathering for a special event, or, are seeking a diverse and dynamic way to introduce your students to different cultures and history, Diane offers the right program options. Come and join Diane Michaels as she weaves her intriguing blend of songs and stories into a sampler of time and place.

Visit the SHOWS page for program options.

Visit the EPK page for Diane's press kit.

Genres ~ Folk, Acoustic, Singer/Songwriter, Celtic, Multi-Cultural, Storytelling, Children's Songs, Covers of Standards, Pop, Country, Broadway & Jazz.

Diane Plays ~ The guitar, folk harp, mountain dulcimer, banjo, Irish Whistle, Native American Courting Flute, Caribbean Steel Pan, Aboriginal didgeridoo, ocarina, Peruvian Pan Pipes, Indian Tambura, Indonesian Anklung, African Talking Drum, South American Split Drum, and more.

Home State: Wisconsin.

Open the TOOLBOX for photos & information about some of Diane's instruments.

 Diane has performed for audiences ~ Across the U.S. and part of Canada, Bermuda, Barbados, & Ireland.


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New Single Release - July 31, 2014!

Diane's new single, an original, finger-style guitar tune, "Afternoon By A Stream," is out now on iTunes!

You can also purchase a download directly through CD Baby on Diane's SHOP page.


An image of a young boy wading in a shallow stream surrounded by moss-covered, sandstone cliffs

Upcoming Events

  • Mar 18
    Plymouth Public Library,  Plymouth,
  • Jun 16
    Watertown Senior & Community Center,  Watertown,

February Pick-Me-Up

For the February, winter weary among us - looking forward by remembering my backyard last spring.