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"Sultry music. Her languid 'Dindi' is as refreshing as a cool breeze in July." - TimeOut New York


"Kriste is easily one of the most distinctive voices on the live blues circuit in downtown New York." - Music Makers

"Great Voice"

What a great voice resembling a bit that of Bjork who can also be a great jazz vocalist. Kriste Peoples certainly deserves more attention, her voice is deep and charming, the compositions are not the usual standards and she has great musicians playing with her. Her album is definitely to be recommended even if you do not fancy female vocalists. - Pascal Dorban Radio ARA, Luxembourg

"The Perfect CD"

This is the Perfect CD to bring on the radio the real Jazz - club - Live - ambiance, Really great and love what i hear! - Joost van Steen, Radio Host, The Netherlands

"Truly Gifted Singer"

I'm happy to inform you that your CD has been very well received by the listeners. By phone, as usual, they selected their favorite tracks: "I'm in love" (Your intrerpretation is magistral. Nina Simone, the Diva, in "the sky", listening your interpretation will be overjoyed. You love Nina, of course!), "Better than anything", "Trouble man', "Summertime" and "Moses".
Well, what can I say about you except that you are one of most seductive voices on the jazz scene today? What a joy to hear your lovely voice! You have an innate sense of phrasing combined with an overwhelming swing. In short: a truly gifted singer! Your album is highly recommended.
Your musicians? Accomplished sidemen ( Mr. Kamaguchi, for example, is a superb bassist. His solo in "Deeper" is overwhelming!!! ). - Joao da Penha


"Under the Moon" Self-released, 2001
"Deeper" - Self-released, 2004



Kriste Peoples is a multitalented jazz vocalist and songwriter whose band performs throughout metropolitan Chicago. Whether playing time-honored standards, blues, or original material, this jazz trio draws audiences inside the music and doesn't let go until the final note.