Juliet Annerino

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Nominee – 1996 6th Annual LA Music Awards

Juliet Annerino has been a singer and composer since she was 12 years old.
She first sang in the subways of Chicago. Her influences range from David Bowie to Cole Porter, Sarah Vaughan to Bjork. She’s performed at concert halls, nightclubs, festivals and theaters in Chicago, San Francisco, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, New York City, Los Angeles, Cairo, Amsterdam, Paris, Goa,
Beirut, Madrid, Rio de Janeiro and Rome.

In May 2006, Juliet’s multi-media cabaret show, “The Lord’s Lover”
opened in Hollywood. The show, which she wrote and directed, was received warmly
and is being considered for Off-Broadway in New York City.

In June 2007, Juliet toured Amsterdam and Paris with her neo-classical jazz album “Crushed Velvet”
(available for download now on our Music page). Shows included the prestigious venues
le Bilbouquet in Paris and the Alto Cafe in Amsterdam.

May of 2009 Juliet toured the Middle East, to promote her album, “Scenes From a Life on Fire” ,
with shows in Cairo, Egypt and Beirut, Lebanon. Concerts included
el Genaina Theater in Cairo and the Jeunieh Festival in Lebanon.

From 2010 through 2012, Juliet performed in Los Angeles, New York, Madrid and Rio de Janeiro. She is now working on new music, collaborations and re-mixes, a South American tour in Spring 2013 and a resurrected version of her cabaret show, “The Lord’s Lover”.

Please see our “News” page and “Tour” page for updates on concert cities, dates and venues.