Diane Warren is considered to be among the most prolific and successful contemporary songwriter of our time.
A quick glance at her list of Top Ten hits reveals a range of musical genres and styles so diverse it’s difficult to believe the songs could have come from the same person.
Born in Los Angeles in 1956, to an insurance salesman father who supported his daughter's musical aspirations and a mother who opposed them, Diane Warren went on to become arguably the most successful American songwriter of the last 20 years.
Her against–many–odds version of the American Dream began when the teenage Warren, after being given a guitar by her father, obsessively spent hours every day honing her craft in the garden shed.
She is a Buddy For Life at AIDS Project Los Angeles and an honorary committee member of PETA.
She has been a key donor to the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance and has founded the David S.
Diane Warren has written for such legends of song as Elton John, Tina Turner, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack and Roy Orbison.
Warren has been named ASCAP Songwriter of the Year six times and Billboard’s Songwriter of the Year four times.The Family Man showcased “I Don’t Know How I Got By”, performed by Edwin Mc Cain.With an uncanny ability to create the perfect songs for any scene, it’s no wonder that Warren continues to receive accolades.Her publishing company Realsongs, was named one of the top five music publishing corporations and is the most successful female-owned and operated business in the music industry.In 2001, Warren also received further recognition with a coveted star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.