PREMIERE: Diana Hickman shares new track “Unbridled”
January 01, 2020
Brooklyn soul/pop artist Diana Hickman is set to release her debut EP South of Your Thoughts on March 3rd. We’re excited she has decided to share the sultry, smooth, captivating track “Unbridled” with us today! The song showcases her impressive vocal talent and the ability to cultivate a distinct mood/atmosphere that is sure to draw you in.
SONG PREMIERE: “SOUTH OF YOUR THOUGHTS” BY DIANA HICKMAN
January 01, 2020
After graduating from the prestigious Boston Conservatory of Music, Diana Hickman has graced the stage at a number of NYC’s top venues, including Brooklyn Bowl, Duplex Cabaret Club, Fat Cat, Blue Note and more. Hickman’s background also includes extensive touring across the tri-state area as part of the 80’s-inspired band, White Wedding. In her forthcoming album, South of Your Thoughts, Hickman fuses classical roots with a sassy, soulful flair that has been likened to Amy Winehouse and Erykah Badu.
EXCLUSIVE! ‘Room With No Ceiling’ by Diana Hickman
December 30, 2019
Tonight’s exclusive is courtesy of a silken-voiced songwriter who’s made the very most of her classical training as a musician
She’s a smooth soul and pop singer, whose songwriting style borrows its arrangements from both R&B and jazz and utilises her classical training as both a vocalist and a pianist. Diana Hickman’s new EP, South of Your Thoughts, is due out in March 2017 but today we exclusively bring you her new song Room With No Ceiling.
Of Room With No Ceiling, Hickman says: “Room with No Ceiling was written while I was trying to gracefully navigate my way out of a long term relationship. I wanted to salvage our unique connection, and try to transition into something else, but it didn’t work, we still don’t talk.”
BWW Exclusive - Jazz/Pop Artist Diana Hickman Premieres Video for 'South Of Your Thoughts'
March 15, 2017
After hitting the airwaves with her debut album, South of Your Thoughts, soulful Jazz/Pop Artist Diana Hickman releases a visually stunning, gypsy themed, debut music video for the album title single. The video was filmed over the course of three days at the Brooklyn Lantern restaurant in the illustrious Box Hotel in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and the mystical Things To Look At Studio in Tribeca, Manhattan. Yah Supreme, an artist featured in Vibe Magazine and described by Urb Magazine as "outstanding," helped Hickman to conceptualize the video and bring this piece to life.