Juliette Commagere

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Juliette Commagere is a Los Angeles based singer/songwriter who was formerly the lead singer and keytar player of the band Hello Stranger. In 2008 she began a solo career with the release of "Queens Die Proudly".

Commagere has also performed with Maynard James Keenan of Tool's new project Puscifer, The Bird and the Bee, Nick Lowe, Ry Cooder, Linda Perry, and Liz Phair. She has opened for Air, The Foo Fighters, The Bird and the Bee, Pete Yorn, Ry Cooder and Nick Lowe and played the Latitude Festival with Bat for Lashes as well as co-headlined the 2nd annual Manimal Festival in Joshua Tree, CA with Warpaint (band), Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Hecuba (band). Her solo work has been featured in numerous television shows and films including Private Practice, Emily Owen's M.D., Drop Dead Diva, Femme Fatales, The Power of Two, Good Dick, and All The Boys Love Mandy Lane. She sang the female sections in Avenged Sevenfold's song "A Little Piece of Heaven" of their 2007 self-titled album, has sung on Taylor Hawkins of The Foo Fighters side project Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders album, both releases by Puscifer, as well as on many Ry Cooder records including Mambo Sinuendo, Chavez Ravine, I Flathead, Buddy the Cat and Ibrahim Ferrer's Buenos Hermanos. Along with her husband Joachim Cooder she produced Carly Ritter's debut album on Vanguard Records.

Juliette's musical partner and husband is drummer Joachim Cooder (son of Ry Cooder). Juliette's younger brother is singer/songwriter, Robert Francis (musician). She is half-Mexican.

Her debut album Queens Die Proudly was released in October 2008 on the Aeronaut Records imprint. In early 2010, Juliette signed with Manimal Vinyl to release her second album titled The Procession.

The album's debut single "Eats from the Inside" was released in June 2010.

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