- According to Wikipedia, Diane Bish was born on May 24, 1941 in Kansas. Is Diane Neal There really isn't any way to define anyone in that way.
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- The First Lady of the Organ, Diane Bish, Host of the popular Program The Joy of Music with Diane Bish!
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- May 13, 2011 Organ Great, Diane Bish, to Play · for SCSU at Battell. Michelle Rocheford Johnston, Director of Alumni Relations.
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- Diane Bish has displayed her dazzling virtuosity and unique showmanship television appearances, Diane Bish is the most visible organist in the world today .
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- Bob and Judy Priest of Marion returned home last week from a 10 day “Joy of Music” tour with Diane Bish. They toured southern Germany, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland. Virginia Jones of Peabody and Lynn Hughes of Carney, Okla.
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- Diane Joyce Bish, born on May 25, 1941, in Kansas, is an organist and composer as well as executive producer of the Joy of Music television series.
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