Dia Frampton

Dia Frampton Leif ( born October 2, 1987 in Draper, Utah, United States) is an American singer- songwriter. She is with her sister Meg & Dia member of the band, and was runner-up in the first season of The Voice. Their debut album Red, released in 2011.

  • 2.1 albums
  • 2.2 Singles
  • 2.3 Music Videos


Childhood and youth

Dia Frampton went to St. George, Utah, and later in Las Vegas to school, where she graduated in 2005. In 2004 she founded together with her sister Meg & Dia band. The band had a record deal with Warner Music, but of the 2010 ended.

Participation in The Voice

In the spring of 2011, she participated in the talent show The Voice part, originally just to make the song Cocoon known, but they remained longer on the show than I thought and came to the team of Blake Shelton. She reached the final, where she sang a duet with Miranda Lambert, finally came in second. Up to July 7, 2011, sold by their performances at The Voice, a total of 480 000 copies for download. 2011 Frampton was named by the magazine Entertainment Weekly for, favorite personality of a reality show '.

Solo career

Dia Frampton The Broken Ones debut single was released on 15 November 2011, her first solo album, Red, on December 6, 2011. Frampton wrote all the songs on the album itself, partly as a co-author. Red reached number 106 on the album charts and number one in the Heatseaker charts in the United States. In 2011 she went with her former coach Blake Shelton, and in 2012 with The Fray on tour. Beginning of 2012 was Frampton himself on tour with Canadian singer Andrew Allen opening act ..

2013 Framton working on a new album, the quiet and soft as to be first. Together with the producer duo The Crystal Method, published in December 2013, including their new single Over It music video.




Music videos


  • Official Website