Diana Krall

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Diana Krall

Diana Jean Krall (born November 16, 1964) is a Canadian jazz singer and pianist from Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Krall began to play the piano when she was four years old. She began to play in restaurants when she was 15. When she was 17, she won a Vancouver Jazz Festival scholarship (student money award) to study music at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. She later moved to Los Angeles to study with Jimmy Rowles. In 1990, she moved to New York City.

Krall's 1996 album All For You, was a tribute (way to honour someone) to the Nat King Cole trio. It was on the Billboard jazz charts for 70 weeks. The album was considered for a Grammy Award. She won a Grammy in 1999 for "Best Jazz Musician of the Year". Her 2001 album The Look of Love was #1 in Canada. It also won the Juno Award as Canadian album of the year. Her 2002 album Live in Paris won the Grammy for Best Vocal Jazz Record. Also in 2002, Krall won the Juno for Canadian artist of the year. Her version of the Tom Waits song "Temptation" made #1 on the World Jazz Charts in 2004.

Krall married British musician Elvis Costello in December 2003.

Albums[change | change source]

  • Heartdrops (1989)
  • Stepping Out (1993)
  • Only Trust Your Heart (1994)
  • All For You (1996)
  • Love Scenes (1997)
  • When I Look in Your Eyes (1999)
  • The Look of Love (2001)
  • Live in Paris (2002)
  • The Girl in the Other Room (2004)
  • Christmas Songs (2005)
  • From This Moment On (2006)
  • Quiet Nights (2009)
  • Glad Rag Doll (2012)
  • Wallflower (2015)
  • Turn Up the Quiet (2017)
  • Love Is Here to Stay with Tony Bennett (2018)
  • This Dream of You (2020)

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