Julee Cruise[1] was a regular performer at the Roadhouse in Twin Peaks, Washington, known for her angelic, dream-like voice.


On a night in mid-February 1989, Cruise performed "Questions in a World of Blue".[2]

Cruise performed "Falling" and "The Nightingale" at the Roadhouse on February 24.[3]

On March 10, she performed "Rockin' Back Inside My Heart" and "The World Spins".[4]

In late 2016, she sang "The World Spins" once again.[5]

Behind the scenesEdit

The "Roadhouse Singer," also credited as "Girl Singer" and "Singer," was portrayed by Julee Cruise. Twin Peaks: Access Guide to the Town revealed that the character is intended to be Julee Cruise herself. All of the songs she performed in the series appear on her 1989 album Floating into the Night, alongside "Mysteries of Love," which was written for David Lynch's Blue Velvet. Each song's music was written by Angelo Badalamenti, with the lyrics by Lynch. Her song performed in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (also written by Badalamenti and Lynch) was released on her 1993 album, The Voice of Love.

Cruise returned in the 2017 revival of Twin Peaks.



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