Tish Diaz
piano , keyboards , vocals

Tish Diaz

  • Musician
  • Pianist
  • Keyboard Player
  • Background Vocals
  • Arranger

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Tish 1 full size 2 Tish Diaz is an accomplished pianist and keyboard player with experience in a wide variety of genres. Her career has been a musical journey through classical, jazz, rock and roll, hiphop, country, gospel choirs, and Broadway orchestra pits,  Tish played keyboards and supplied background vocals for the hit Broadway show, "Jersey Boys", during it's successful residency in Las Vegas.  She also  performed as a member of Meat Loaf’s band during his first run of “RockTellz and Cocktellz” at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Other artists she’s had the pleasure of working with are Grammy winner Thelma Houston, Sarah Dash (LaBelle), Francine Reed (Lyle Lovett’s Large Band), Tony-award winner Liliane Montivecchi (Nine), Huey Lewis, Grammy-nominated country band “Wild Rose” and Erich Bergen (Madame Secretary, Jersey Boys), as well as some old-school performers such as legendary crooner Andy Williams, Robert Goulet, Pat and Debby Boone, Phyllis Diller, Rich Little, Regis and Kathie Lee, Glen Campbell and the amazing ventriloquist Shari Lewis.

Tish has been involved as a coach and musical director for Broadway Dreamers, a performing workshop and camp for grade school and high school students, sponsored by the Positively Arts Foundation, and was involved with the Summer Sing-Along series at Keck Amphitheatre, Disney Hall, as part of  their community outreach program sponsored by the Los Angeles Music Center. She has also been a support musician, accompanist, composer and co-songwriter in the Composer/Songwriter Showcase, a monthly event at the Smith Center, that showcases original music written and performed by cast members from the various shows in Las Vegas.

Tish studied piano at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, and is an active member of the USC Latino Alumni Association, as well as a recipient of an Arts Grant from the Hispanic Women's Council of Los Angeles.