Madeleine Peyroux (born April 18, 1974) is an American jazz singer and songwriter known for her smoky vocals and expressive interpretations of classic jazz standards.

She was born in Athens, Georgia, and raised in New York City and Paris, France. Peyroux began busking and performing in the streets of Paris as a teenager, and eventually caught the attention of Atlantic Records, who signed her to a recording contract.

Peyroux released her debut album, “Dreamland,” in 1996, which garnered critical acclaim and established her as a rising star in the jazz world. The album featured a mix of jazz and blues standards, as well as a few original compositions. She followed up with her sophomore release, “Careless Love,” in 2004, which was a commercial success and further solidified her reputation as a talented jazz vocalist.

Over the years, Peyroux has released several more albums, including “Half the Perfect World” (2006), “Bare Bones” (2009), and “The Blue Room” (2013). She has collaborated with a number of renowned musicians, including k.d. lang, James Carter, and Larry Klein.

Peyroux’s music is often described as a blend of jazz, blues, and folk, with influences from artists such as Billie Holiday and Bessie Smith. She has a unique ability to bring a modern sensibility to classic jazz standards, making them accessible to a new generation of listeners.

In addition to her solo career, Peyroux has also contributed to soundtracks and collaborated with other artists on various projects. She continues to tour and perform live, enchanting audiences with her soulful voice and captivating stage presence.

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