This will be a special Fundraiser show Diana is putting on to help raise money for Green Note given the struggles we have faced coming out of the pandemic. It will be an intimate afternoon of music featuring songs from Diana’s back catalogue. 

“The Green Note was my first gig in London when I was just getting started. Immy and Risa have worked so hard over the years to support artists and bring Camden amazing live music, making the Green Note exactly what a music venue should be: a warm, welcoming, inclusive community. Please join me in an afternoon of music to help support them.”

NB: This is a HYBRID SHOW – both in person and Live Stream tickets are available. There are 2 tiers of ticket prices, lower and higher. Please select the price that you can afford, based on what you’d like to donate to the venue. Further donations can be made at:

Doors: 1.45, Music: 2.30 – 4.30. Venue closes: 5pm


Award-winning, US singer-songwriter DIANA JONES is known for her gritty, literary, Appalachian-influenced songs. Adopted as an infant and raised in Long Island, NY, the fact that Diana couldn’t get enough of her brother’s Johnny Cash records finally made sense when she found her birth family and musical roots in the Smoky Mountains of Eastern Tennessee. Her maternal grandfather, who had formed his first teenage band with a young Chet Atkins, was happy to pass on the culture and the music that he loved to his granddaughter.

Diana’s first album ‘My Remembrance Of You’ (Proper Records) in 2006 garnered rave reviews internationally and set her on a path which would see her release four further critically acclaimed albums: Better Times Will Come (2008), High Atmosphere (2011), Museum Of Appalachia Recordings (2013) and Live In Concert (2016). She has toured the globe, including performances at prestigious events such as Cambridge Folk Festival, Galway Arts Festival, Levon Helm’s Ramble in Woodstock, NY, and Bimhuis in Amsterdam, and shared stages with the likes of Richard Thompson, Janis Ian and Mary Gauthier.  She has also appeared on world-renowned TV and radio shows Later With Jools Holland, BBC4 Folk America, BBC4’s Songwriters Circle and BBC Radio 2 Country with Bob Harris. Diana’s progressive, yet historically rich, songs have been recorded by artists including Joan Baez and Gretchen Peters and have won her awards from Kerrville Folk Festival, New Song Festival and nominations from International Folk Alliance.

Song To A Refugee (Proper Records, September 25 2020), Diana’s 6th solo recording, gives voice to the stories of asylum seekers worldwide; a testament to Diana’s commitment to social justice through her gifts as a consummate songwriter and performer.