Diane & The Deductibles Release ‘Next Breath’ Video

Diane & The Deductibles present ‘Next Breath‘, their standout single and lyric video from their latest album ‘THREE – 6 Feet Apart‘.

Showing just how diverse their take on modern day classic rock is, each member of the band presents their own unique vision into the refrains of ‘Next Breath‘, coming up with a song that could be blasting out of your car speakers while traversing the highways of life. Dreaming of new love as the summer approaches, ‘Next Breath‘ is an exhilarating song that rock and roll enthusiasts will want to revisit time and again. Follow the words on the video for ‘Next Breath‘, and prepare to rock as the hottest season of the year launches upon us.

Diane & The Deductibles are currently promoting their recent albums ‘TWO‘ and ‘THREE – 6 Feet Apart‘. Presenting their own take on modern day classic rock, Diane & The Deductibles has opened for the likes of The Motels, Berlin, Little River Band, The Tubes, Pat Travers, Brand X, Missing Persons, and more!

Diane Adams is an experienced studio singer, now fronting her own band and singing with a good amount of passion and conviction. Her husband Cliff Rehrig plays bass in the band and is best known for his decade in the legendary Air Supply Band.

Also within the ranks of Diane & The Deductibles are Robert Sarzo from Hurricane and ex-Geoff Tate’s Queensryche, Keith Lynch of The Bill Ward Band, and Ronnie Ciago whose massive credits include working with Brand X, Riverdogs, and Graham Bonnet of Rainbow.

Listen to: ‘T H R E E – 6 Feet Apart‘: https://dianethedeductibles.hearnow.com/

Line-up:

Diane Adams – lead vocals, rhythm guitar (studio singer)

Cliff Rehrig – bass, background vocals (formerly of Air Supply)

Robert Sarzo – lead guitar (formerly of Geoff Tate’s Queensryche and founder of Hurricane)

Keith Lynch -guitar, background vocals (Music Director for Bill Ward, founder of Black Sabbath)

Ronnie Ciago – drummer (formerly of RIVERDOGS and BRAND X)

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