Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Deanna
D'Amico-White was handed a guitar at the age of six by
her Aunt Gloria, an entertainer, which woke her up to the
dream of becoming a performer. Her journey began with
her appearance in various film, television, videos and
stage productions, as well as commercials. She has
performed as a singer and dancer in Nashville, for Natalie Cole,
as a member of the Young Americans, and as Disney animated
heroines Ariel, Jasmine, and Pocahontas at Tokyo Disneyland.
Upon returning from Japan, Deanna bested all singers to become the
overall "winner of the year" in a Los Angeles talent contest. She
started gathering new song ideas with other co-writers, which led to
her first CD, A Song For Me and You. Her further collaborations as
writer and producer with Kurt "Keys" Fries resulted in her current
release, When I Play My Guitar. She continues to perform with her
band at various venues in Southern California and recently opened for
Tiffany at Universal City Walk.
Deanna brings a fresh, energetic approach to her positive, insightful
songs through true stories and personal experiences.