Deidre McCalla and Diane Davidson
Deidre McCalla Deidre McCalla doesn’t merely take the stage - she owns it. Affectionately dubbed the “dreadlocked troubadour” by the Miami Herald, Deidre McCalla is a performing songwriter with five albums to her credit and a tour schedule that has touched audiences across North America from folk festivals to college campuses to small church basements to Carnegie Hall. The Austin-American Statesmen cites Deidre as “...a highly distinctive voice in a crowded field of contemporary folk music" and Sing Out Magazine lauds her CD, Playing for Keeps, as a work of "power, conviction and grace.” Her first Olivia Records album Don’t Doubt It is listed as one of 25 Classic Women’s Music Albums by Ms Magazine. With powerful songwriting, expressive vocals, deft guitar work, and a smile-inducing onstage charm, Deidre McCalla’s music relentlessly celebrates the power and diversity of the human spirit.