Paris Jazz Playlist

On my first solo trip to Paris, I ate dinner next door my hotel almost every night. It was a classic French bistro with a chalkboard menu that changed each night. The owner would go to the market every morning and select what would be for dinner that night. I would have a glass of wine, map out my next day of exploring and they would have jazz on the radio. TSF Jazz to be exact. I finally found a way to stream it online and got my family hooked. When I am at my sister’s we listen to it in the kitchen when we cook. It brings me right back to Paris.

Jazz has been a part of my life ever since that first solo trip to Paris. I have found a few favorites over the years and I listen to it at home while I work late with a glass of wine. I created a Spotify playlist to share a little of my Paris with you and hopefully transport you this evening. Pour yourself a glass of wine and listen by yourself or a loved one. I hope you enjoy!

Do you have a favorite jazz song or album? Comment below so I can take a listen.

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  1. Every weekend my husband and I cook a nice big breakfast for our kids, and when we sit down to eat, we play French cafe lounge music! We love and miss Paris so much that this has been our tradition for the past few years. I’m happy to see you made a playlist on Spotify that we can now listen to! Thank you for sharing!!!

    • Hi Janise,

      That is such a great family tradition. I love it! I hope you enjoy the playlist. I have been putting it on every Sunday morning when I make breakfast at home. Have a great Sunday.

  2. Do you remember the name of the spot you ate dinner? Always looking to mark down local favs!

  3. Thanks for sharing your playlist! The Amelie soundtrack by Yann Tiersen is one of my favorites. Amelie is also a great movie if you haven’t seen it already.

    • Hi JoAnn,

      Thank you! I am so happy you like it. I will check out the soundtrack. I saw the movie a long time ago when I lived in Montmartre. It might be time to look at it again!

      Stay well xo