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Originally from New York, Dianne Adel grew up in a theater family surrounded by actors, directors, musicians, poets and writers. She “grew up on stage” and made her debut at age 8. She played cello and piano, and took voice and acting lessons. It was, however, dance that captured her heart since age 5. Her professional dance career began at age 13 with the American Children’s Core with the Bolshoi Ballet Company at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. In her 20’s she toured with MOMIX, an internationally famous dance company and is a founding member of the Parsons Dance Company, another internationally famous company, whom she also toured with worldwide. Now with the "Glory Dayz" band Dianne brings her rocking dance moves to the band, and as the female lead and backing vocalist she loves performing with the guys and joining her husband Frankie Adel to celebrate dance music through the decades.

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