The Top Jazz Vocalist In The World
American jazz songstress Dianne Reeves is often hailed as the successor of Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Carmen McRae and Ella Fitzgerald's operatic-jazz legacy, and is widely respected as one of the top performers to ever have come out of the smooth-jazz-pop-fusion of the late 80s. Don't miss the five-time Grammy Award winner as she hits the road with her inimitable voice, old school charm and magnetic stage presence.
Reeves may be the pre-eminent female jazz vocalist in the world, but the performer certainly doesn't rest on her considerable laurels, opening her music up to a wider world by infusing her music with the sounds of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. At home on the stages of Ronnie Scott's, the Monterey Jazz Festival and concert halls around the world, the diva commands each one of them with astonishing interpretations of songbook standards and pop classics, filled with her soaring falsetto, rich lower register and passionate, earth-shaking performances.