Meet the Band

Di Onne


Di Onne is a Drumming Priestess whose voice carries the nearly forgotten memories connected with her Native American lineage (Yurok, Karuk, Hoopa and Apache). She uses her skills to channel a fierce and beautiful spiritual power that leaves listeners spellbound.  Music has always been the most powerful instrument for healing in her life and she is grateful to be sharing this gift with others through the conduit that is Spiral Muse. She has been writing and recording amazing music for decades.  


Alison Diana


Alison has been singing and visioning musical performances since she was a small child. She is a prophetic songwriter who draws song-writing inspiration from her embodied healing journey as a woman and her commitment to social justice.  Her visionary dreams for the group constantly call Spiral Muse forward into the next phase.  She is the group's Webmaster, Mistress of Organization and Archivist.  She is also a licensed therapist with a private practice in San Francisco.  


Lana Dalberg

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Lana is a mother, violinist, activist-fundraiser and published author. Her most recent book, "Unwrapping Christmas," is a memoir that takes us through her experiences of pain and resilience in connection to the holidays. Her first book, “Birthing God: Women’s Experiences of the Divine” explores women’s stories of spirituality and faith. Lana brings a patience and heart centered wisdom to the group. Her soulful violin "voice" is featured on most of the tracks of “Sing of Peace” and our most recent album "Somebody Calling." (photo credit Viva Van Assen)


Sierra Lubitz

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Sierra is a singer and songwriter who shares the Spiral Muse commitment to social justice and healing the world through music. She is matriarch of a musical family- husband Tom plays drums, son Isaac, 8, is already a singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer and more, and son Sage, 5, is also making his unique musical imprint on the world.