| Angelina Iapaolo|
| Scarborough, Ontario, Canada|
Garden Cities Of To-Morrow
Boompa Records, Atlantic Records
Lullaby Baxter Trio, Boompa Records, Let's Go Sailing, Adam Merrin, Wild Sweet Orange
Lullaby Baxter Trio
Mothers & Daughters
Lullaby Baxter Wikipedia
Lullaby Baxter (born Angelina Iapaolo on 1970 in Scarborough, Ontario) is a Canadian jazz singer. Her first album, Capable Egg, was released in 2000 by Atlantic Records, and her 2006 album Garden Cities of To-morrow was released by Boompa Records.
The Village Voice has called her "cerebrally seductive" and compared her to Peggy Lee, while Pitchfork Media has compared her to Ella Fitzgerald.
She is the sister-in-law of jazz musician Steve Kirby.