On June 18th, Madeleine Peyroux will perform at New York's Town Hall, the first stop on a 16 date US tour following a stellar stretch of acclaimed UK and European performances. Raved Neil McCormick in the Telegraph: Peyroux has the gift of totally inhabiting a song, whatever the mood. Her four-piece band fall into place around her, tastefully bathing her vocals in washes of delicate piano, electric guitar and feather-light drumming."
In addition to headlining dates, Peyroux will appear on the CBS Early Show on August 1st, and is also slated to perform at the Montreal Jazz Festival and the Chicago Jazz Festival.
Peyroux's newest album Bare Bones debuted to rave reviews in People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard and the New York Times. Her subtle explorations of love's trials and tribulations grow more enjoyable with repeated listening. There's a certain cozy comfort in the wry way she opens up and shares her emotions" raved Steve Jones in USA Today while Thomas Kintner of the Hartford Courant wrote that Peyroux puts her stamp on all-new material, and weaves an alluring tapestry of sonic elegance, vocal character and lyrical bite."
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