Returning to the scene in 2010, singer and Quebec native Lynn Véronneau has been tearing through mid-Atlantic listening venues like a force of nature. She and her new band of world-wise musicians have shared their sparkling jazz-pop sound at club and festival dates in the Mid- Atlantic region and internationally.
Their 2011 debut CD, Joie de Vivre, climbed to #9 in the Jazzweek world music chart and went top 10 in many regional jazz charts. It's international success led to the band touring the UK and Canada in 2011 where they performed live on BBC radio and Radio Canada. This year the band won 6 Wammie nominations from the Washington Area Music Association.
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Joie de Vivre breaks new ground in a world
dulled by powerless genres and pointless musical borders.
The album is a cultured
compendium of musical styles surrounding an astonishing
voice. an exciting offering for those thirsting for
unique and beautiful. --Jordan Richardson
Love this new album. . .the songs the singing and
musicianship are outstanding. We'll be playing it often on
Jazz Café. Bob Collins - 'Jazz Cafe' WRHU, New York (May
I wish I owned a funky clothes shop so I could play (Joie
Vivre) while people were shopping