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Madeleine Peyroux

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N’attendez plus : Madeleine Peyroux, Stevie Wonder, Maceo Parker, Larry Goldings and more

Le jazz sur France Musique

durée : 00:58:58 - N'attendez plus - par : Nathalie Piolé - La playlist jazz de Nathalie Piolé. - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat, Antoine Courtin

58mins

26 Nov 2020

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N’attendez plus : Madeleine Peyroux, Stevie Wonder, Maceo Parker, Larry Goldings and more

Banzzaï

durée : 00:58:58 - N'attendez plus - par : Nathalie Piolé - La playlist jazz de Nathalie Piolé. - réalisé par : Fabien Fleurat, Antoine Courtin

58mins

26 Nov 2020

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Madeleine Peyroux

The Balcony Show

On this episode of, The Balcony Show the incomparable Madeleine Peyroux joins us on the show to talk about her newest single "No Meanness" and her latest album "Anthem" which is receiving rave reviews such as: "An exhilarating trip - bold, intense, deeply insightful" - NY Times "Faintly sardonic, at once serious, amused and compassionate" - Metro "A balance of vulnerable humanity and meticulous skill" - The Guardian Join us for an evening of soulful jazz from a singer whose voice will inspire you. This week's hashtag? #catzoom This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-balcony-show0/support

59mins

1 Nov 2019

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On her own, nearly. Madeleine Peyroux performs for KNKX

KNKX Studio Sessions

On her last visit to the KNKX studios, singer and songwriter Madeleine Peyroux was debuting music from her then-upcoming album Anthem in a duet with pianist Andy Ezrin. On this return visit, Ms. Peyroux accompanied herself on guitar and brought in longtime friend Steve Cardenas on guitar for her recent single "On My Own," as well as an old favorite and a brand new original song.

26mins

23 Oct 2019

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Backstage #18: Voices’ with Madeleine Peyroux, Joan As Police Woman and Eve Selis plus more

Sage Gateshead

In this episode, we hear from American jazz singer Madeleine Peyroux about what it meant to lose her voice; singer-songwriter Joan As Police Woman explains why it took so long for her to find her voice; SummerTyne star Eve Selis discloses her vocal secrets; and we visit a percussion group in Gateshead which is helping older people find their voices again through group music-making, as part of our latest project Well Tuned.*Backstage is a regular podcast where we go behind the scenes for exclusive interviews and insights from leading and emerging artists who’ll be taking to the stage at Sage Gateshead, and discover some of the activities that take place, and the communities that meet there.

30mins

21 Jun 2019

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#160 - Madeleine Peyroux

The Paul Leslie Hour

Madeleine Peyroux is a jazz singer, songwriter and recording artist. She got her start busking on the streets of Paris before finding international success. It has been 22 years since her debut album entitled Dreamland. Her 2018 album is entitled Anthem and was produced by Larr Klein. It's a pleasure to present a rare, exclusive interview with Madeleine Peyroux discussing several topics including this newest release, her most ambitious and biggest recording yet. She's right here on The Paul Leslie Hour. Support The Paul Leslie Hour by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-paul-leslie-hour

27mins

15 Oct 2018

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Episode 17 with Madeleine Peyroux (International Recording Artist, songwriter)

The Riff Raff with Shane Theriot

My guest today is singer/songwriter/guitarist and my friend, Madeleine Peyroux. Known for her sultry, retro vocal style and phrasing, Madeleine is an internationally known jazz and blues artist having headlined some of the biggest jazz festivals around the world -from Europe to Japan- and all points in between. (As an on and off member of her band for the past 10 years, I got to play at a ton of them with her-  Hollywood Bowl, Hammersmith Apollo in London, The Beacon in NYC, North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, Netherlands and the list goes on………lots of great memories-  Her biography is well known but I’ll briefly recap here- born in Athens, GA, then moved to NYC as a teenager, then to Paris where she began life as a street musician and spent most of her formative years developing her craft on the streets, even living homeless for a while. Fast forward to today 8 solo records later and still going strong, world tours, several soundtracks (and even a Docker’s commercial) which brings us to this fine August day in NYC. For me as a guitarist, having the great experience of working with Madeleine and touring all over the world means we’ve shared a lot of stages and traveled many miles together. Which also means stories- and laughs- and lots of them!  On a nice hot day in August I took the subway over to her apt in Brooklyn. We chatted for a brief moment and then just turned the mics on and let it roll. What you hear is what you get- windows open for fresh air so you’ll hear the kids playing in the park across the street!       In this interview we talk about the use of space in music- (how less is more), early influences, busking on the streets of Paris, guitars, writing songs with Bill Wyman, Walter Becker, crazy true stories from the road and much more!   Ok, follow me walking up the stairs and into Madi's apt. I sit down and she picks up her beloved Martin guitar and we spend a minute trying to figure out what to play. Eventually we figure it out….Hope you enjoy! Recorded Brooklyn, NY  Aug 2017

1hr 30mins

9 Sep 2017

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Episode 17 with Madeleine Peyroux (International Recording Artist, songwriter)

The Riff Raff with Shane Theriot

My guest today is singer/songwriter/guitarist and my friend, Madeleine Peyroux. Known for her sultry, retro vocal style and phrasing, Madeleine is an internationally known jazz and blues artist having headlined some of the biggest jazz festivals around the world -from Europe to Japan- and all points in between. (As an on and off member of her band for the past 10 years, I got to play at a ton of them with her-  Hollywood Bowl, Hammersmith Apollo in London, The Beacon in NYC, North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, Netherlands and the list goes on………lots of great memories-  Her biography is well known but I’ll briefly recap here- born in Athens, GA, then moved to NYC as a teenager, then to Paris where she began life as a street musician and spent most of her formative years developing her craft on the streets, even living homeless for a while. Fast forward to today 8 solo records later and still going strong, world tours, several soundtracks (and even a Docker’s commercial) which brings us to this fine August day in NYC. For me as a guitarist, having the great experience of working with Madeleine and touring all over the world means we’ve shared a lot of stages and traveled many miles together. Which also means stories- and laughs- and lots of them!  On a nice hot day in August I took the subway over to her apt in Brooklyn. We chatted for a brief moment and then just turned the mics on and let it roll. What you hear is what you get- windows open for fresh air so you’ll hear the kids playing in the park across the street!       In this interview we talk about the use of space in music- (how less is more), early influences, busking on the streets of Paris, guitars, writing songs with Bill Wyman, Walter Becker, crazy true stories from the road and much more!   Ok, follow me walking up the stairs and into Madi's apt. I sit down and she picks up her beloved Martin guitar and we spend a minute trying to figure out what to play. Eventually we figure it out….Hope you enjoy! Recorded Brooklyn, NY  Aug 2017 Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-riff-raff-with-shane-theriot/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

1hr 30mins

9 Sep 2017

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Charenée Wade and Madeleine Peyroux Session

Nigel Williams Jazz FM Saturday Podcast

Nigel has a session from Madeleine Peyroux – she talks about her new album ‘Secular Hymns’ and plays live in the studio. Plus another chance to hear from Charenee Wade – the acclaimed vocalist from the states who channels the music of Gil Scott Heron and Brian Jackson for her album, hear the stories behind that, and a preview of what’s in store when she’s in the UK later this month.

27mins

8 Oct 2016

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Episode 28: Madeleine Peyroux

The Third Story Podcast with Leo Sidran

Recorded at a café in Paris on a crisp spring day, Madeleine speaks frankly and candidly about her teenage years in Paris, her career, her creative process, and the value of perpetual dissatisfaction.

1hr 23mins

9 Apr 2015

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