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Discovered by legendary producer Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Willburys, Regina Spektor), Julianna Raye began her career as a Warner Brothers recording artist before working on two subsequent indie projects, Restless Nights and Dominoes, with celebrated producer Ethan Johns (Joe Cocker, Tom Jones, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Adams). Julianna’s artistry has drawn the attention and admiration of reviewers at Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Billboard, and Spin Magazine, to name just a few. She has toured and performed with such phenomenons as Rufus Wainwright, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. Her songs pepper the ... Read more

Discovered by legendary producer Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Willburys, Regina Spektor), Julianna Raye began her career as a Warner Brothers recording artist before working on two subsequent indie projects, Restless Nights and Dominoes, with celebrated producer Ethan Johns (Joe Cocker, Tom Jones, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Adams). Julianna’s artistry has drawn the attention and admiration of reviewers at Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Billboard, and Spin Magazine, to name just a few. She has toured and performed with such phenomenons as Rufus Wainwright, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. Her songs pepper the scenes and credits of many major motion pictures, including Justin Timberlake’s, In Time and Kevin Costner’s Open Range. Special performances include The Grammy Museum, Sundance Film Festival, on renowned KCRW show Morning Becomes Eclectic. On her latest project, produced by Joe Pisapia (KD Lang, Ben Folds) Julianna coins the phrase South Americana to describe her classic sounding pop songs informed by the rhythms of South America.

“The first time I heard Julianna's voice, I said, ‘Who is that?’ She sings with wit, soul and sensuality and her songwriting is as thoughtful as it is versatile.  I’ve since had the pleasure of working with Julianna and have great respect for her talent, her work ethic and her artistic principles.  She’s one of a kind.” - Don Henley

"Julianna Raye plays on both the heart strings and head keys. Her songs and voice lead you in beautifully with soul and then feed your mind with wondrous images. She's the whole package!" - Rufus Wainwright

"Julianna Raye just doesn't know how to disappoint! Every project she engages exceeds highest expectation. She is a consummate musician who brings out the best in all who are lucky to collaborate in her dream escape. This collection of sambas, with its southern exposure, is sure to bring you romance, front and center. Bem-vindo!"
- Van Dyke Parks

"Languidly gorgeous...  She evokes a timeless L.A., in which Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe dates Julie London, and they cool off in Randy Newman's pool. The duet with Rufus Wainwright alone is hot enough to make the pool water boil."
- Entertainment Weekly

"Dominoes is a delightful mash-up of the gentlest Bossa Nova, classic songbook repertoire and the added twist of 1960s French film music" - Jazz Wise, UK

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Discovered by legendary producer Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Willburys, Regina Spektor), Julianna Raye began her career as a Warner Brothers recording artist before working on two subsequent indie projects, Restless Nights and Dominoes, with celebrated producer Ethan Johns (Joe Cocker, Tom Jones, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Adams). Julianna’s artistry has drawn the attention and admiration of reviewers at Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Billboard, and Spin Magazine, to name just a few. She has toured and performed with such phenomenons as Rufus Wainwright, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. Her songs pepper the scenes and credits of many major motion pictures, including Justin Timberlake’s, In Time and Kevin Costner’s Open Range. Special performances include The Grammy Museum, Sundance Film Festival, on renowned KCRW show Morning Becomes Eclectic. On her latest project, produced by Joe Pisapia (KD Lang, Ben Folds) Julianna coins the phrase South Americana to describe her classic sounding pop songs informed by the rhythms of South America.

“The first time I heard Julianna's voice, I said, ‘Who is that?’ She sings with wit, soul and sensuality and her songwriting is as thoughtful as it is versatile.  I’ve since had the pleasure of working with Julianna and have great respect for her talent, her work ethic and her artistic principles.  She’s one of a kind.” - Don Henley

"Julianna Raye plays on both the heart strings and head keys. Her songs and voice lead you in beautifully with soul and then feed your mind with wondrous images. She's the whole package!" - Rufus Wainwright

"Julianna Raye just doesn't know how to disappoint! Every project she engages exceeds highest expectation. She is a consummate musician who brings out the best in all who are lucky to collaborate in her dream escape. This collection of sambas, with its southern exposure, is sure to bring you romance, front and center. Bem-vindo!"
- Van Dyke Parks

"Languidly gorgeous...  She evokes a timeless L.A., in which Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe dates Julie London, and they cool off in Randy Newman's pool. The duet with Rufus Wainwright alone is hot enough to make the pool water boil."
- Entertainment Weekly

"Dominoes is a delightful mash-up of the gentlest Bossa Nova, classic songbook repertoire and the added twist of 1960s French film music" - Jazz Wise, UK

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Discovered by legendary producer Jeff Lynne (ELO, Traveling Willburys, Regina Spektor), Julianna Raye began her career as a Warner Brothers recording artist before working on two subsequent indie projects, Restless Nights and Dominoes, with celebrated producer Ethan Johns (Joe Cocker, Tom Jones, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Adams). Julianna’s artistry has drawn the attention and admiration of reviewers at Entertainment Weekly, NPR, Billboard, and Spin Magazine, to name just a few. She has toured and performed with such phenomenons as Rufus Wainwright, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. Her songs pepper the scenes and credits of many major motion pictures, including Justin Timberlake’s, In Time and Kevin Costner’s Open Range. Special performances include The Grammy Museum, Sundance Film Festival, on renowned KCRW show Morning Becomes Eclectic. On her latest project, produced by Joe Pisapia (KD Lang, Ben Folds) Julianna coins the phrase South Americana to describe her classic sounding pop songs informed by the rhythms of South America.

“The first time I heard Julianna's voice, I said, ‘Who is that?’ She sings with wit, soul and sensuality and her songwriting is as thoughtful as it is versatile.  I’ve since had the pleasure of working with Julianna and have great respect for her talent, her work ethic and her artistic principles.  She’s one of a kind.” - Don Henley

"Julianna Raye plays on both the heart strings and head keys. Her songs and voice lead you in beautifully with soul and then feed your mind with wondrous images. She's the whole package!" - Rufus Wainwright

"Julianna Raye just doesn't know how to disappoint! Every project she engages exceeds highest expectation. She is a consummate musician who brings out the best in all who are lucky to collaborate in her dream escape. This collection of sambas, with its southern exposure, is sure to bring you romance, front and center. Bem-vindo!"
- Van Dyke Parks

"Languidly gorgeous...  She evokes a timeless L.A., in which Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe dates Julie London, and they cool off in Randy Newman's pool. The duet with Rufus Wainwright alone is hot enough to make the pool water boil."
- Entertainment Weekly

"Dominoes is a delightful mash-up of the gentlest Bossa Nova, classic songbook repertoire and the added twist of 1960s French film music" - Jazz Wise, UK

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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