Don't let Dia Frampton's humble demeanor fool you -- this songstress knows how to command the stage with her dynamic vocal range, hitting every note with crystal clarity. As a contestant on the first season of The Voice, Frampton honed her craft as an incredible performer, captivating audiences with her charismatic presence and down-to-earth personality. Whether she's hammering out her piano rendition of Kanye West's "Heartless" or singing originals like "Don't Kick the Chair," Frampton is sure to thrill fans as she opens for Lindsey Stirling on a string of summer tour dates.
Dia Frampton got her start performing with her sister as Meg & Dia, releasing several albums under the name in the '00s. Hoping to promote their fourth record Cocoon, Dia became a contestant on the first season of NBC's The Voice, but ended up winning over the judges and launching her solo career instead. After finishing as the show's runner-up, Frampton released her solo debut Red in late 2011, collaborating on several of the ablum's tracks with major acts like Kid Cudi and Blake Shelton. Since then, she has toured with The Fray and collaborated with band members from Foster the People, and she's hard at work on her sophomore record, which she describes as having a "more organic sound, less electronic, and modern." Back on the road, Frampton is set to delight audiences with her charming stage presence on Lindsey Stirling's nationwide tour.