From her dazzling performance at LA’s landmark Walt Disney Concert Hall’s inaugural gala to her renown l.a.

Eyeworks’ print campaign, the incomparable chanteuse and former Vogue model Morganne Picard is mesmerizing

Los Angeles audiences, and Hollywood filmmakers are taking notice!  The press raves, “Exotic, dynamic and

thoroughly gorgeous – her alluring presence and various costume changes per night, is only exceeded by her singing

ability.  Oh does she sing!”  And oh, is she busy.  Queen of the Underground has ascended to Hollywood’s “Divine

Diva” and LA can’t get enough of her!  Mix a phenomenal live singing ability with a provocative stage presence, and

you have one of the rare breed of singers invited to perform at the finest venues and most exclusive Hollywood parties

without the benefit of representation or a record deal.  This charming and soulful indie pioneer hasn’t had the time to

focus on mainstream validation, her laid back philosophy is rather, let mainstream come to her.  And it sure is!      
Morganne’s singing and modeling career skyrocketed in Paris in her early teens, where she was snatched up and signed

by Warner Brother’s International.  Her exquisite looks and prodigious live vocal talent catapulted her into the limelight

singing at the famous Parisian nightclub Les Bains Douches, starring in films and commercials, and modeling for print

and runway around the World. Later Morganne moved to New York where she honed down her Jazz career, and sang

at such notorious venues as the Blue Note and Nell’s. Upon relocating to Los Angeles, the city warmly embraced her

European flare, and a loyal and devoted fan base gradually blossomed. 




As a student of opera, ballet, belly dancing and mime, this triple threat entertainer thrives in a live setting as she

amalgamates a plethora of talent into an unforgettable show that has heated up the hippest nightclubs and venues

Worldwide.  Decked out in haute couture, replete with magnificent chapeaux  from her legendary collection,

Morganne’s electric fusion of Jazz, Blues, Latin, Reggae, Trip Hop, Chill-Out and vintage R&R , results in a thrilling

repertoire you’re not likely to experience anywhere.  This glamorous, globe trotting artist has performed at the House of

Blues, Montreal Jazz Festival, and opened for megastar Barbra Streisand at the Kodak Theater as well as The Los

Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl.  She has also entertained at such elite functions as Mercedes-Benz’ Los

Angeles Fashion Week, Stella McCartney’s “Absolut Stella” soiree, opening of the W Hotel and of the Music Box-

Henry Fonda Theater.  Performed for  the  Museum of Contemporary Art, Veuve Clicquot, Evian, TV Guide, Flaunt

Magazine, Women’s Wear Daily, Architectural Digest, Mercedes Benz’ Classic Center, BMG’s Grammy party,

Shindler House MAK Fashion Show, Directors Guild of America, Warner Brothers, Taurus Stunt Awards, and for the

International Human Rights Day in Los Angeles just to name a few. Morganne’s most exciting personal accomplishment

was achieved when she was invited by the UNITED NATIONS to be an honorary artist of the new initiative “Artists

for the United Nations” a partnership between Global Vision for Peace and the UN – with an honorary committee

including his holiness the Dalai Lama. She was also recognized with an award of achievement for her extraordinary

volunteering in arts, education and programming for the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department. Morganne appeared

in the award-winning silent film Birth of Babylon as Mabel Normand, the “Queen of Comedy” from the silent era, and

is now in phase two working on Babylon Revisited also starring Jennifer Tilly. Recently Morganne sang at the ‘Film

Your Issue’ Awards hosted by USA Today, Disney & the U.N. , with guest speaker Mayor Villaraigosa . Also sang

for ELLE Décor, Simply Singing Divas, DeBeers and Minotti’s. This January Morganne headlined with Eartha Kitt at

Diva Bling. Morganne wrote a song for designer Maggie Barry’s new perfume ‘Dangerous Love’, and is the spokes-

model-singer of the perfume.