Juliet Annerino
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Juliet Annerino

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
Band Jazz EDM


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"W.O.A. Concert hits Goa (2008)"

"At the Kala Academy show on April 29th, Juliet Annerino driving the crowd wild..." - Times of India - "Weekender"

"From Lebanese Magazine,"Noun""

Back to Pasionaria time

Music, she has it in her skin: she sings from the age of twelve. Femme fatale with a spellbinding charm, singer, composer, musician, performer, and politically engaged, Juliet Annerino, with her hair color of night, is almost everything a woman dreams to be.

Her voice went first all around the subway stations of Chicago, where she learned to sing in front of the crowd. And she grew up learning jazz next to the major famous New York jazz performers. She played in theaters and clubs of San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Her world tour included not only European cities as Amsterdam and Paris, but also cities in Asia and the Middle East as the Indian Goa, Cairo and Beirut.

The power of art.
The multi-talented artist is first a very eccentric. Existentialist, born nihilist, Annerino is a fierce campaigner for the cause of Ron Paul, a Republican supporter of libertarian, representative of the Texas House of Representatives and candidate for the American presidential election of 2008. To this man she admires, Annerino created a pin-ups calendar called "Hotties for Ron Paul," a controversial work that the press did not necessarily appreciated. Thus, her name appeared in the first pages of L.A. Times, U.S. News and World Report. Indeed, with each photo of the sexy top models of the calendar, Juliet displayed a quote from his political idol and a second of another politician on the same subject. "Me, as an artist, I believe in the power of art. In this work, I think the beauty of the photos and the poetry of the text affect the people, question and intrigue him. From an historical point of view, I believe that art has created major changes not only on individuals, but also at the level of civilizations. Art can transform a whole system of belief."
In Los Angeles, she created her cabaret-trailer, Société Noire. The team was composed of talented artists: a magician, a poet and musicians; they all have the same passion for the Jazz. For four years, Société Noire was performed in five different areas. Annerinio then launched "The Lord's Lover" in Hollywood, a multimedia cabaret show; she wrote, directed and even produced. Seven short musical vignettes combing humor, psychology, philosophy and politics, to be mixed with the monologue songs of two lovers. The show who was warmly received, figures on the list of the Off-Broadway Festival in New York.
In June 2007, Juliet started her tour in Amsterdam, then Paris with a group of French and Dutch musicians she qualifies by "wonderful": Michael Rørbye, Andy Valkenburg and Michiel Olodeon. The tour aimed to promote her album "Crushed Velvet".
Having recently finished recording and mastering her new album "Scenes from a life on fire", produced by Matahari music, Juliet arrived in Beirut, for the instigation of New Horizon, to meet with the Lebanese public and sing with her musicians "I love working with musicians from the city in which I sing. It adds a lot of authenticity to the performance."
They compare her music to those of big stars as Josephine Baker, Sarah Vaughan and Edith Piaf. She says smiling, "If you want to know me, just listen to my music."
Combining jazz, operatic singing, funk and even techno, Juliet offers a musical mix of all colors. Having led the Snatch at Gemmayzé, June 30, she will perform during the festival of Jounieh, July 5. A performance not to be missed!
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Crushed Velvet 2002
Songs From "The Lord's Lover" 2006
Scenes from a Life on Fire 2009



Juliet Annerino


A jazz singer in Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles, Juliet began producing/composing and directing the cabaret show, Societe Noire, featuring various one-act pieces written specifically for intimate club settings.

From March of 2001 until the following June, Juliet sang jazz at the Intercontinental Hotel in Cairo, Egypt. She returned to the States and commenced developing a documentary video piece called, The Dream, which was featured in the New York Film Festival. It explores being American from a cultural perspective, inspired by her time abroad and return home.

May of 2006, Juliet wrote and directed the theatrical/musical multi-media production, "The Lords Lover" in Hollywood. The production is now being considered for an Off-Broadway presentation in New York City.

Juliet signed single-song publishing deals with two of her pop/electronica songs, "Jones" and "Dance Between the Raindrops". June/July 2007 she toured Amsterdam and Paris including in her band European jazz musicians, including Michael Rorby (keys and Trombone) from Switzerland and Andy Valkenburg (bass) from Amsterdam. Juliet and her ensemble, played some prestigious venues, including the Alto Cafe in Amsterdam and le bilboquet in Paris.

Her song, "Jones" is featured on the compilation CD of dance music, "Dance Out Loud" released December 2007. And her lounge song, "Dance Between the Raindrops" is featured on the "The Chill-out Zone", released December 2007 on W.O.A. Records.

She joined 8 other bands from all over the world on the W.O. A. tour of Hard Rock Cafes across India, April 2008.

Juliet has developed a relationship with the record distribution company Eka3Productions and her latest release, "Scenes from a Life on Fire" is distributed in the Middle East through them.

Juliet has just returned from Beirut, Lebanon, and Cairo, Egypt, performing songs from her new record,"Scenes From..." with musicians from Cairo, Egypt, Amman-Jordan, and Dubai on her Middle East Tour!

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