Best Female vocalist/Jazz (1986)
Grammy Award Winner


Best Female Vocalist/Jazz (1987)
Grammy Award Winner

THE CHRISTMAS SONG From A GRP Christmas collection (1988)
From A GRP Christmas
collection (1988)

Best Female Vocalist/Jazz (1988)
Grammy Award Nominee


Best traditional vocal (1993)
Grammy Award Nominee

Running on Faith
Available May 8, 2020

Co-produced by Schuur and Grammy winning saxophonist Ernie Watts, this project features music by some of her heroes; from Miles Davis to Carole King to Paul Simon. “I chose all the compositions for this album. I’ve been focusing on the condition of our world, about what is, about what can be,” explains Schuur.

Blues, straight-ahead jazz, gospel and a few tunes that defy classification are included. Percy Mayfield’s “Walking On A Tightrope” opens, setting the tone as she sings “the blues and I, we know each other.” Schuur exudes admiration for Dinah Washington with “This Bitter Earth,” and celebrates the unifying lyrics of Miles Davis’ “All Blues.” The hard-swinging interpretation of Paul Simon’s “Something So Right” demonstrates the jazz chops of this album’s tight ensemble. Schuur showcases her musical skills as an instrumentalist, closing with lone piano on the spiritual “Swing Low Sweet Chariot.”

MATURE SCHUUR: BETTER THAN EVER! On June 10, 2014, multi-Grammy Award and legendary jazz vocalist, Diane Schuur, releases a stunning new recording I Remember You (With Love To Stan and Frank).

Accompanied by an All-Star Band featuring: Alan Broadbent, Ben Wolfe, Ulysses Owens Jr., Joel Frahm, Romero Lubambo, and Roni Ben-Hur, she pays homage to two of her most important mentors Stan Getz and Frank Sinatra with 12 songs previously recorded by them. The release also commemorates her "official" discovery 35 years ago by Stan Getz at the 1979 Monterey Jazz Festival. On June 10, 2014, be a witness--to a new dimension and brilliance of 'the Deeds!"

AUDIOPHILE AUDITION: "The whole production is a winner!"

The Gathering, is unique in both material and style, and features special guests Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, Mark Knopfler, Larry Carlton and Kirk Whalum. The Gathering is a collection of 10 classic country songs, mostly written during the golden era of the 1960s, and is the first time Schuur has featured this genre of music. On selections like Willie Nelson's 'Healing Hands of Time,' Roger Miller's 'When Two Worlds Collide,' Merle Haggard's 'Today I Started Loving You Again' and Tammy Wynette's 'Til I Can Make It on My Own,' Schuur's great vocal versatility shines through.

The Very Best of Diane Schuur is a fine collection of thirteen of Diane Schuur's most popular recordings, featuring such tracks as "All Right, OK, You Win (I'm in Love With You)," "Try a Little Tenderness," "Sunday Kind of Love," "Deed I Do," "Time for Love," "'Round Midnight," "Stormy Monday Blues," "Deedles' Blues," and "New York State of Mind."

"Some Other Time," vocalist and pianist Diane Schuur's February 2008 Concord release, is a recording of songs by jazz artists whom she first discovered via her parents during her childhood and adolescent years. The album features songs by George and Ira Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Sammy Cahn, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more. The set also includes a surprisingly mature-sounding rendition of "September in the Rain," recorded at the Holiday Inn in Tacoma in 1964 when Schuur was only ten years old. "Some Other Time" is, among other things, Schuur's celebration of the music of her parents' generation, and a tribute to her late mother on the fortieth anniversary of her death at the young age of 31.

Feisty and spirited Grammy® Award-winning vocalist Diane Schuur is always ready for a new jazz journey. On Schuur Fire— the celebrated singer’s first recorded collaboration with the fiery Grammy® Award-winning Latin jazz ensemble Caribbean Jazz Project, led by vibraphonist and marimba player Dave Samuels—she takes us island-hopping in the Caribbean and kicks her 25th Anniversary in the business—as well as Concord Picante’s 25th year—into high gear with twelve memorable tracks given a fresh spin with passionate and infectious Latin rhythms.

For her third release on the Concord label she revels in late night moods and matters. The album's thirteen songs were written specifically for Schuur by Barry Manilow, who also co-produced the set.

It's a good match, as both Manilow and Schuur have drawn from or even immersed themselves in pop material as well as jazz. A song like "Stay Away From Bill" owes as much to Tin Pan Alley and Broadway as to more traditional jazz realms. Elsewhere, the settings mix a range of nocturnal rhythms and colors, from the light bossa-nova of "I'll Be There" to the saucy swing of "Southwind" and the torch balladry of "Good-bye My Love." The album closes with one of a handful of duets, this one with none other than Manilow himself, who offers up nicely nuanced subtleties in his pairing. --David Greenberger

With a voice of remarkable tonal clarity, unbridled swing and enviable range, vocal diva Diane Schuur displays, in Swingin’ For Schuur, all of the qualities that have made her one the greatest living jazz vocalists. And speaking of enviable range, trumpet king Maynard Ferguson has long been revered for his stratospheric trumpet flights, not to mention his inimitable vibrant and powerful sound. Here, in their first recording together, both artists hold nothing back. With lively support from Maynard’s Big Bop Nouveau band, Diane Schuur and Maynard Ferguson form a potent, combustible combination that’s Swingin’ for Schuur!

Enlisting the songwriting talents and/or performances from some very special friends - including Ray Charles, Alan Bergman, Stephen Bishop, Alan Broadbent, (a digitally reintroduced) Stan Getz, Dave Grusin, Gloria Estefan, Stevie Wonder - and the help of producer Phil Ramone, DIANE SCHUUR delivers Friends for Schuur-a star-studded, dynamic and eclectic album that magnificently showcases her multi-faceted, one-of-a-kind vocal artistry.


[ GRP Records ]

  • 1984 Deedles
  • 1985 Schuur Thing
  • 1986 Timeless
  • Grammy Award winner for 'Best Female Vocalist-Jazz Category'
  • 1987 DianeSchuur and the Count Basie Orchestra
  • Grammy Award winner for 'Best Female Vocalist-Jazz Category'
  • 1988 Talkin' 'Bout You
  • 1989 Diane Schuur Collection
  • 1991 Pure Schuur
  • Grammy Award nominee for 'Best Female Vocalist 'Traditional Pop'
  • 1992 In Tribute
  • 1993 Love Songs
  • Grammy Award nominee for 'Best Traditional Vocal Recording'
  • 1994 Heart To Heart (With B.B. King)
  • 1996 Love Walked In
  • 1997 Blues For Schuur
  • 1998 The Best of Diane Schuur
  • 1999 Music Is My Life
  • 2000 Friends for Schuur
  • 2001 Swingin' for Schuur
  • 2003 Midnight
  • 2005 Schuur Fire
  • 2006 Live In London
  • 2008 Some Other Time
  • 2011 The Gathering
  • 2012 Diane Schuur Live
  • 2014 I Remember You, With Love to Stan and Frank
  • Also, various one-song appearances on GRP label with assorted artists >>

[ 45rpm Singles ]

  • 1971 Dear Mommy and Daddy / The Sun Is Shining Decca Records - Jimmy Wakely, Producer
  • 1971 Faded Love / Lonely Road - Rainier Records
  • 1972 Christmas Moon / Christmas Is The Laughter Of A Child Ripcord Records

[ Albums / Discs ]

  • 1982 'Pilot of My Destiny' Second Sun Productions

[ DVD's ]

  • Diane Schuur: Live From Seattle with Maynard Ferguson and his Big Bop Nouveau Band (2009)
  • Voices of Concord Jazz: Live From Montreux (2004)
  • GRP All-Stars Live From the Record Plant (2000)
  • Ray Charles Live in Concert with Special Guest Diane Schuur (1999)
  • Diane Schuur and the Count Basie Orchestra (1987)
  • GRP LIVE IN SESSION: Diane Schuur with Lee Ritenour (1985)