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International acoustic quartet VERONNEAU are captivating festival, concert hall and jazz club audiences across North America and Europe with their vocal and guitar based world-jazz. A delicious blend of bossa nova, jazz, samba, swing and acoustic music performed in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

Their 2018 CD release Love & Surrender enjoyed 4 months in the USA world-music Top 5 chart, peaking at #2. Veronneau's earlier albums Joie de Vivre and Jazz Samba Project, both climbed high in the US jazz and world music charts, earning rave reviews. Jazz Samba Project entered national and regional jazz top 5 charts in dozens of cities from Toronto to New Orleans and has gone on to inspire a music festival, documentary movie and stage play, all featuring the band.

Based in Washington DC, Veronneau have attracted capacity crowds to venues such as the Kennedy Center, Strathmore, The Hamilton and Blues Alley. Featuring musicians from Canada, UK and USA, Veronneau's international tours, radio and internet airplay have won them world-wide fans.

"Music for big crowds and bright lights" Canadian Audiophile

 "Veronneau is the jazz vocal version of sexy little black dress...
.....welcome to the land of rhythm and groove" Critical Jazz  

2018 CD release climbs to #2 on US World-Music chart, 5 months Top 20!

Returning to the Kennedy Center, Blues Alley and NYC's Bonafide

 Lynn Veronneau performs in Switzerland - with Les Horribles Cernettes.

New Dates - Wolftrap Barns, Kennedy Center, Strathmore, Hamilton!

Performing "Rhythms of the Heart", dance collaboration with Company Danzante

Veronneau WAMMIE wins for "Best Group" & "Best Jazz Vocals". Our 6th Mid-Atlantic area music awards!

"Bossa Fever!" premieres at the Atlas Theater, DC. An original musical play by Veronneau.

UK tour success - sold-out dates and live BBC radio show!

Veronneau's Jazz Samba Project festival at the Strathmore.



"Jazz Samba Project is the latest release by Veronneau and a talented team of top musicians.....Veronneau’s lustrous timbre recalls the style of legends".Marcus Dowling "On Tap Magazine"