Diane Warren

Diane Eve Warren ( born September 7, 1956 in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California ) is one of America's most successful composers. Her songs are mostly rock ballads.


While Diane Warren's mother advised her to give up her dream of a songwriting career and to pursue a job as a secretary, her father supported her. The song Because You Loved Me Warren wrote in memory of her father.

Diane Warren was discovered by the German music producer Jack White. Warren's first hit was Solitaire, which ranked number 7 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Laura Branigan introduced in 1983.

Although Warren's songs usually describe romance, she is not even married to this day. She says she's never been in love and would Dates not like very much.

In 1986, Warren her own publishing house, real songs, having three Top 10 hits ( I Get Weak - Belinda Carlisle Heart, Nothing 's Gonna Stop Us Now - - Starship and Who Will You Run To? ) Had. This gave control of their compositions.

More than 70 songs from her can be heard in films and television series. Among the most famous I Do not Want to Miss a Thing include ( Aerosmith ) from Armageddon and There You'll Be from Pearl Harbor. For the song You Have not Seen the Last of Me from the musical Burlesque (2010), she won the Golden Globe Award. Warren wrote a series of very successful titles for different performers. Overall, it has been written over 1,000 pieces. She also wrote a number of songs for David Hasselhoff, Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton ( Unbreak my heart ), LeAnn Rimes ( Can not Fight the Moonlight, How do I live without you ), Nicole Richie and Mandy Moore.

Diane Warren Foundation

The Diane Warren Foundation was established to support areas that Warren at heart. The Foundation is dedicated to promoting the rights and protection of animals and enriching the lives of older people and people with life-threatening diseases. As well as steps on the Diane Warren Foundation in the context of music charity events.


Seven times (1988, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 ) Warren won the Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures Award of the American Association of Musicians ASCAP.

At the Grammy Awards 1997, she won with the song Because You Loved Me by Celine Dion. In addition, she was nominated six more times at Grammys and Oscars.

In 2011 she won the Golden Globe Award for the song You Have not Seen the Last of Me ( Cher) from the soundtrack to the film Burlesque.