Jeanne Arland Peterson (circa 1922 - June 23, 2013) was an American singer and pianist who was considered by some the "first lady of jazz" in Minneapolis–Saint Paul. She was inducted into two Minnesota halls of fame. The daughter of a father and mother who were both pianists, Peterson was born in Minneapolis, She began playing piano by ear at age 3 and later took lessons "to learn the names of the chords she had been playing
Peterson produced two songs and co-produced two more songs on Oleta Adams' 2009 album, Let's Stay Here. He also played on the album, which was released April 21, 2009. In June 2011, Peterson and three other members of The Family reunited as fDeluxe and released a record called Gaslight in September 2011. Since then, fDeluxe has released RELIT, and most recently "AM Static," a collection of covers done in the classic fDeluxe style. Peterson is married and has two children, and resides in the Minneapolis area
Mother of Linda Peterson (2), Billy Peterson, Patty Peterson, Ricky Peterson and Paul Peterson. Sites: petersonfamilymusic. Triplicity (LP, Album).
Jeanne Arland Peterson.
Gilles Peterson (born 28 September 1964 in Caen, France) is a French-born broadcaster, DJ and record label owner in England. He has founded influential labels such as Acid Jazz and Talkin' Loud, and started his current label, Brownswood Recordings, in 2006
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Jeanne Arland Peterson (circa 1922 - June 23, 2013) was an American singer and pianist who was considered by some the "first lady of jazz" in Minneapolis–Saint Paul.
|A1||I Only Have Eyes For You|
|A2||Why Did I Choose You|
|A4||MInnesota My Home|
|A5||Spring Is Here|
|B1||My Ship / How Can I Be Sure|
|B2||A Sometime Thing|
|B3||Give Me An "A" In Hindsight|
|B4||This Can't Be Love|
|B5||Wee Small Hours|