Dia Leif Frampton (born October 2, 1987), is an American singer-songwriter and was the lead singer of the band, Meg & Dia. She was the runner-up in the inaugural season of The Voice.
Dia Frampton attended Dixie High School in St. George, Utah and Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas, Nevada; she graduated early by also homeschooling her senior year at the same time attending public school for her junior year in 2005 then moved to Salt Lake City with her sister to further their music career. She cites as influencesModest Mouse, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Joni Mitchell, The Avett Brothers,Rocky Votolato, Ben Folds, Etta James, Death Cab for Cutie, The Cranberries, andCursive. During live performances, Frampton plays percussion instruments, such as the cowbell and tambourine, and occasionally a Casio Privia keyboard. She almost always performs without shoes on. She also does not like to eat anything within two hours of performing. Her father is an American of English and Dutch ancestry and her mother is Korean, originally from Seoul. Frampton often recorded a "song diary," an impromptu recorded song, on her MySpace page. She explained, "It was something very raw, and to be honest, something that I was slightly embarrassed to put up because of the quality but I did anyways, for any of our listeners who would care to hear something not hot off the production belt, but something more organic and 'home made.' It made me feel better to share my feelings with people who could connect, and I think that is what happened with many."
Meg and Dia were originally formed in 2003. Meg, Dia's sister, possesses music ability and the skill of craftsmanship. She creates robot necklaces that are sold on her own blog.