Diana Krall (1964) can rightly be called a true jazz diva. The Canadian-born’s career began in 1993 with the album Stepping Out and she’s remained in the spotlight since then. She’s done so not only as a pianist, but also as a singer, with a keen feeling for deeper layers. After a few records with small labels, she came under the wing of Verve in 1999, releasing albums like The Look Of Love (2002) and The Girl In The Other Room (2004). On the latter album, she also proved herself to be an impressive songwriter. On albums like Quiet Nights (2009) and Turn Up The Quiet (2017) she showed a lot of intimacy. “The new bedroom singer,” cheered the jazz press. A recent project was singing duets with crooner Tony Bennett, with whom she made the album Love Is Here To Stay. This was followed in 2020 by This Dream Of You, a tribute to her late producer Tommy LiPuma.