Renowned Jazz singer brings her sultry hits to Turlock theater The story of Diana Krall's life has taken many a turn over the past decade.
Back in the early 2000s, Krall who plays Turlock Community Theatre on Tuesday was considered the hot new star on the jazz scene, an icy blond from Canada with a cool, sexy sound.
She'd already won a Grammy at that point and her career was soaring. With the success of her album "When I Look in Your Eyes," she made the leap from jazztown to popland but without selling short her craft.
Since then, the singer and pianist has gotten hitched to rock songwriter Elvis Costello and become the mother of twin boys. She's racked up worldwide record sales exceeding 15 million. Nine of her albums have debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's jazz chart, described as an unprecedented feat.
She also produced an album for Barbra Streisand.
Most recently, Krall who was not giving interviews for her current tour and her band backed Paul McCartney on his new album of standards, "Kisses on the Bottom."
She also sings "Simple Twist of Fate" on "Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan," a 73-track compilation featuring renowned performers and done for the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International.
Krall's latest release, "Quiet Nights," sports fresh arrangements of such classics as "Where or When," "Walk on By" and "You're My Thrill."
WHEN:7:30 p.m. Tuesday
WHERE: Turlock Community Theatre, 1574 E. Canal Drive
CALL: (209) 668-1169