sang the blues on Bourbon Street in New Orleans
before venturing to the Big Apple where her career blossomed and continued to ripen through exposure and experience.
Diana's performances in the New York City
area included the following hotels and clubs:
The Waldorf Astoria|
Trumpets, The Grand Hyatt
Harry's Bar, The Helmsley Palace
Windows on the World
The Marriott Marquis
The Assembly Steak House
Top of the Sixes
Sign of the Dove
The Fourth Garden
One Fifth Avenue
One if by Land Two if by Sea
The Small Cafe, Sutton Hotel
The Water's Edge
The Water's Club
The River Cafe
The New Ballroom
The Sheraton Russell
The Sheridan Center
The Barbison Hotel
The Omni Hotel
The Mayflower Hotel
The Gotham Hotel
Diana also enjoyed a long engagement at the established Nino's Restaurant
in New York from it's opening in 1990. Additionally, during the 1990's, Diana performed at the Madison Arms
in East Hampton during the summer months.
In 2003, Diana moved to Savannah and bought a wonderful restored Victorian-era home at 410 East Gaston Street in the heart of the Historic District. After settling in, she initially performed at Suzabelle's Restaurant and Piano Bar
, where she entertained regularly for three years. (The location has since changed ownership, and is no longer a piano bar).
In 2004, Diana was a finalist in the Savannah Music Festival
where she performed with her trio on stage at the Lucas Theatre.
Diana's performances in Savannah
include the following locations:
The First City Club|
The Mulberry Inn
The Desoto Hilton
The Savannah Westin|
The 1790 Restaurant and Bar
DJ's Piano Bar and Lounge
Cafe at Main
The Riverfront Mariott
The Lucas Cafe
The Savannah Music Festival
Diana has also performed at locations throughout the United States
Chez Alex, Germany
The Green Park Hotel, Falmouth, Virgin Islands
Blackbeard's Castle, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
The Willard Inter-Contenental, Washington, D.C.
The Old Ebbit Grill, Washington, D.C.
The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles
The Sheraton Stockholm, Sweden
The Regency CLub, Los Angeles
The Hotel Zurich, Switzerland
Diana's caberet show is designed to muse the past with the music of Porter, Gershwin, Rogers and Hart, and take you into the present with great songs from the current musicals of ANdrew Lloyd Weber, Stephen Sondheim, Tim Rice and Kander and Ebb, and most recently, the musicals: "Chicago", "Wicked", "Avenue Q", and "The Boy from OZ."
You will be infatuated with the warm surrender of emotions she gives through her songs as she concedes intimacy with her audience.
In any event, Diana Rogers will give you an exciting show and, as the curtain rises, she will wish you love and facinate you with intrigue.