Dianne Reeves will be performing on Feb. 9 at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA, Feb. 14-15
at the Rose Theater at Lincoln Center in New York, NY, and May 2 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, TN. If
you can't make it to any of these shows, keep checking StubHub for any other upcoming tour dates, so you can find out when
the incredible songstress will be headed to a venue near you! When you find a date that works for you, be sure to book the
best available seats as early as possible, because tickets to see Reeves' amazing live show always sell out fast.Act fast
and score a pair of tickets, so you can get a chance to hear this lady's spectacular singing voice!
voice soars to phenomenal heights whenever she takes the stage, wowing millions of fans across the world. If you love jazz
music, Dianne Reeves' live show is a must-see. She scored a record deal with Blue Note in 1987, and her career has skyrocketed
ever since. She has performed as a lead singer at numerous jazz festivals, blending jazz with a touch of world beat in her
songs. In the last three decades, she has toured all across the globe and recorded a string of film soundtracks.
was the name of the 2005 film that Reeves starred in, playing a jazz singer?
A:Reeves played the jazz singer in the
movieGood Night, and Good Luck.
Dianne Reeves has been one of the world's leading jazz singers
since the 1980s. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Reeves was surrounded by music from an early age. Her father, who died when she
was two years old, was a professional singer, and her mother was a trumpet player. Reeves began taking piano lessons at a
young age, and sang at every opportunity. Her uncle, Charles Burrell, served as a bass player with the Denver Symphony Orchestra.
It was Burrell who introduced her to the music of jazz singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan.
graduating from George Washington High School in Denver, Reeves started studying music at the University of Colorado, before
finally moving to Los Angeles in 1976. During her time there, she developed a strong interest in Latin-American and world
music. She toured with Eduardo del Barrio and his band Caldera, Billy Childs' jazz outfit Night Flight, Sérgio Mendes,
and Harry Belafonte. Finally, in 1987, Reeves signed a deal with the Blue Note/EMI label. She would go on to become the only
singer to win the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance for three consecutive albums, which includeIn the Moment -
Live In Concert(2001),The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan(2002), andA Little Moonlight(2004).
Reeves' studio albums throughout her career have included 1982's Welcome to My Love, 1984's For Every Heart, 1986's Jazzvisions:
Echoes of Ellington, 1987's Dianne Reeves, 1990's Never Too Far, 1991's I Remember, 1993's Art & Survival, 1994's Quiet
After the Storm, 1996's The Grand Encounter and Palo Alto Sessions, 1997's That Day... and New Morning (live), 1999's Bridges,
2000's In the Moment – Live in Concert, 2001's The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan, 2003's A Little Moonlight, 2004's
Christmas Time Is Here, 2005's Good Night, and Good Luck (Soundtrack), 2008's When You Know, and 2013's Beautiful Life.
has served as a contributing vocalist on the following albums: 1975's Best of Ronnie Laws (Ronnie Laws), 1976's Yesterday's
Dreams (Alphonso Johnson), 1977's Comin' Through (Eddie Henderson); From Me to You (George Duke); Sky Islands (Caldera), 1978's
Black Forest (Luis Conte); Kinsman Dazz (Kinsman Dazz); Steamline (Lenny White); Time and Chance (Caldera), 1979's Splendor
(Splendor), 1981's Seduzir (Djavan) and Tender Togetherness (Stanely Turrentine), 1984's Fiesta (Victor Feldman), 1985's Ebony
Rain (Mark Winkler); Magnetic (Steps Ahead); Streetshadows (David Diggs), 1986's This Side Up (David Benoit), 1988's Joy Rider
(Wayne Shorter), 1989's At Last (Lou Rawls); Ballads (Lou Rawls); Best of Feldman and the Generation Band (Victor Feldman's
Generation Band); Straight to My Heart: The Music of Sting (Bob Belden Ensemble), 1990's Nova Collection '90 (Various); Yule
Struttin' (Various), 1991's Continuing the Legacy of Black Music... (Various); Free Play (Eduardo Del Barrio); Keys to Life
(Ben Tankard), 1992's Christmas Carols & Sacred Songs (The Boys Choir of Harlem); Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration
(Various); Legendary Lou Rawls (Lou Rawls); Moonlight Love: Soft Sounds for a Summer Night (Various), 1993's Journey (McCoy
Tyner Big Band); Let Your Love Flow (Solomon Burke)(bckgr); When the Time is Right (Javon Jackson), 1994's Blue Note Now!
(Various); For the Love of Music (Lionel Hampton); I've Known Rivers (Billy Childs); Shades of Blue (Bob Belden), and 1995's
Esquire Jazz Collection: Crosstown Traffic (Various); Jazz to the World (Various); Rhythm & Blues Christmas (Various);
Today's Stars Sing Holiday Classics (Various), among others.