Luciana Souza is a Grammy-winning Brazilian vocalist and songwriter whose music blurs the boundaries between the various strains of traditional and popular music from her homeland, jazz, and modern classical music. Her dusky voice bears a gauzy resemblance to Joni Mitchell's. (Interestingly, she married Mitchell's ex-husband, producer and bassist Larry Klein, in 2006). She is equally at home delivering Antonio Carlos Jobim's haunting "Waters of March," composer Osvaldo Golijov's oratorio Oceana, guitarist Lionel Loueke's fleet "A.M.," improvising on Hoagy Carmichael's "I Get Along with You Very Well," duetting on a pop song with James Taylor, or delivering one of her own emotive ballads. She has recorded and performed with an astonishing variety of musicians, including her uncle Hermeto Pascoal, Steve Lacy, John Patitucci, Joey ...
Read Full Biography

Album Highlights

See Full Discography

Artists Moods

Artists Themes