Kevyn Lettau

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Kevyn Lettau (born 1959 in Berlin, Germany[1]) is a Brazilian jazz vocalist.[2] She is also competent on keyboards and saxophone. She scored success in the United States in the early 1990s with her albums Kevyn Lettau (U.S. Top Contemporary Jazz Albums peak No. 16) and Simple Life (Top Contemporary Jazz peak No. 6).[3]


  • Brasiljazz (JVC, 1991)
  • Kevyn Lettau (JVC, 1991)
  • Simple Life (JVC, 1992)
  • Another Season (JVC, 1994)
  • Universal Language (JVC, 1994)
  • The Language of Flowers (Victor, 1998)
  • Police (Universal, 2000)
  • Little Things (Verve, 2001)
  • The Color of Love (Cats and Dogs Music, 2003)
  • Bye Bye Blackbird (MCG Jazz, 2005)
  • Kevyn Lettau and Friends in Concert (Kevyn Lettau, 2007)
  • What Is Enough (SBE, 2008)