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Diana Krall's latest album, a collection of jazz takes on rock and pop classics, is called Wallflower.
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January 31, 2015 Krall's new album is a collection of songs she first heard on vinyl, from The Mamas & the Papas to the Eagles. She discusses getting know the originals and sharing music with her twin sons.
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Diana Krall's new album, Wallflower, comes out Feb. 3.
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January 25, 2015 The singer takes a loving look back at the '70s and '80s pop that helped shape her. Along the way, without grandstanding, Krall strips away the baggage of the original performers' iconic personas.
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March 22, 2013 When this episode of Piano Jazz was recorded in 2006, Krall was seven and a half months pregnant with twins. Hear the pianist and vocalist play "P.S. I Love You" and "Little Girl Blue."
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Diana Krall's latest album is titled Glad Rag Doll.
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November 8, 2012 On the new album Glad Rag Doll, Krall reimagines Prohibition-era songs, which she first heard as a child on weekend visits to her grandparents' house.
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October 4, 2012 On the new album Glad Rag Doll, Krall teams with producer T-Bone Burnett for a set of songs about love and independence that looks back to the style of the 1920s.
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June 20, 2011 Beginning June 25, Diana Krall, Joshua Redman, Cyrus Chestnut and many more jazz artists will descend on Montreal for one of the largest music festivals in the world. Hear what all the fuss is about in this mix of songs from musicians performing at the event.
A Canadian flag hot air balloon.
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August 17, 2009 This week's Take Five skips from the provinces of Quebec and Ottawa over to British Columbia, featuring a jazz legend, a world-famous vocalist/pianist and a few Canadian musicians who are gaining wider recognition outside their home country. Listen to five songs below.
July 23, 2009 For pop-jazz star Diana Krall — vocalist, pianist, mother of two young boys — to interpret a song's lyrics is to imagine and inhabit a new character within them. She took a break from touring (and parenting) to demonstrate to Steve Inskeep.
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August 1, 2008 Grammy-winning jazz pianist and vocalist Diana Krall has long found favor with traditional jazz enthusiasts and mainstream pop fans alike. But before her star had risen, she recorded this interview and studio performance with Marian McPartland on Piano Jazz.
December 7, 2007 Nobody ever said that Christmas music couldn't have a little syncopation to it. Greet the season with a little swing, as KPLU offers five classics with a mainstream jazz sensibility.
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