Dianna Corcoran Releases New Video For “God Did Good”

Two-time Golden Guitar winner, singer, songwriter and guitarist Dianna Corcoran has released the music video for her latest single, “God Did Good.”

Produced by GearSeven Productions Nashville and directed by Connor Carroll, you can now view the video on Corcoran’s YouTube channel, here. The song is also available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers.

Dianna released the first single off her new album titled “God Did Good” with songwriting credits including herself, Kristian Bush and Jeff Cohen. The single is a country-rock love song about how ‘God did good’ creating the protagonist’s love interest.

I love the story of ‘God Did Good.’ I had fun shooting the video and wanted something simple that would translate the story to the audience, along with genuine happiness,” Corcoran commented of the music video.

God Did Good - Dianna Corcoran Single Cover iTUNESCorcoran is described as one of Australian country music’s most well-known vocal and songwriting talents. She released her first album, Little Bit Crazy, in 2003, winning the Australian Country Music Golden Guitar for New Talent of the Year the following year.

Dianna’s look is fresh and country, but her attitude is hard working. Her ability to breakdown and rebuild a motor engine proves she isn’t afraid to roll up her sleeves and get her hands dirty. As a young adult, Dianna’s first interest in country music came in yodeling. After finishing high school, she worked three jobs, which were in recruitment, a dog food factory and a car parts plant, where she saved enough money to make her first record.

Her second album, Then There’s Me, earned Corcoran a second Golden Guitar and the title Female Artist of the Year at the 2008 Australian Country Music Awards. Corcoran has been honored with more than 400 awards throughout her career.

For more information about Dianna, visit www.DiannaCorcoran.com and follow her on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.


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