diana krall


  • In August 2000, Krall partnered with Tony Bennett for a 20-city tour, and in 2008–09 they worked together again for a song on the TV series Spectacle: Elvis Costello with…
    Orchestral arrangements by Johnny Mandel provided the background for her fifth studio album When I Look in Your Eyes (1999), her first released through Verve Records.

  • She also joined Ray Charles on his Genius Loves Company album in 2004 for the song “You Don’t Know Me”, and her 2004 performance at Bell Centre, Montreal on June 29 was released
    as her second live CD and DVD, Live at the Montreal Jazz Festival, released on November 23, 2004.

  • [21] The album features the song “Fascinating Rhythm”, originally recorded by Bennett in 1949, which earned him a Guinness World Record for the “longest time between the release
    of an original recording and a re-recording of the same single by the same artist” — 68 years and 342 days.

  • [22] September 2020 brought the release of her sixteenth studio album, This Dream of You, named after Krall’s rendition of the Bob Dylan song from his 2009 album Together
    Through Life.

  • Career Krall recorded her first album, Stepping Out, for Justin Time Records in 1992; the album was released in 1993.

  • Her next, Wallflower, released on February 3, 2015, by Verve Records[16] and produced by David Foster,[17] tackled more recent composers including the Eagles (two songs),
    Elton John and Bernie Taupin (“Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word”), 10cc (“I’m Not in Love”), Neil Finn (“Don’t Dream It’s Over”), and Gilbert O’Sullivan (“Alone Again (Naturally)”).

  • The album included covers of Billy Joel’s “Just the Way You Are” (a hit on U.S. smooth jazz radio) and Joni Mitchell’s “A Case Of You”, and was also released as a video album.

  • In September 2012, she accompanied Paul McCartney at Capitol Studios in a live performance of his album Kisses on the Bottom, which was shown live on the internet.

  • [20] On September 14, 2018, a joint album between Krall and Tony Bennett, Love Is Here to Stay, was released.

  • On December 11, 2009, Billboard magazine named her the second greatest jazz artist of the decade (2000–2009), establishing her as one of the best-selling artists of her time.

  • The album’s title song is from Bob Dylan’s “Bootleg Series”, and Paul McCartney gave her his blessing to include I’ll Take You Home Tonight, a previously unreleased original
    song he’d written for his own jazz-flavoured Kisses on the Bottom album.

  • Birth name: Diana Jean Krall; Born: November 16, 1964 (age 58), Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada; Genres: Jazz, traditional pop, bossa nova; Occupation(s): Singer, musician,
    songwriter; Instrument(s): Vocals, piano; Years active: 1993–present; Labels: Justin Time, GRP, Impulse, Verve, Elvis Costello; Spouse(s): (m. 2003) Early years Krall was born on November 16, 1964, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, the daughter
    of Adella A.

  • Her third album, All for You: A Dedication to the Nat King Cole Trio (1996), was nominated for a Grammy and continued for 70 weeks in the Billboard jazz charts.

  • [14] That year she also sang “Dream a Little Dream of Me” with piano accompaniment by pianist Hank Jones for an “all-star” tribute album We All Love Ella: Celebrating the
    First Lady of Song (2007) produced by Phil Ramone.

  • The title track from the album, a cover of the Casino Royale standard popularized in the late 1960s by Dusty Springfield and Sérgio Mendes, reached number 22 on the adult
    contemporary chart.

  • The band mix was kept, following arrangements on The Look of Love (2001) created by Claus Ogerman; this record achieved platinum status and reached the top 10 of the Billboard

  • She returned to Canada to record her first album in 1992.

  • It caught the attention of producer Tommy LiPuma, who produced her second album, Only Trust Your Heart (1995).

  • Her concert at the Paris Olympia was recorded and released in 2002 as her first live record, Live in Paris (issued with a different European title, A Night In Paris).

  • Love Scenes (1997) quickly became a hit record with the trio of Krall, Russell Malone (guitar), and Christian McBride (bass).


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