She is the ultimate ‘80s icon. She’s an avant-garde singer and an indomitable diva. She was a devilish Bond girl on the silver screen and a Warhol muse on canvas. Grace Jones’s life is a work of art with a soundtrack that reflects her one-of-a-kind, transgressive aesthetic. There’s the post-disco sound of “Slave to the Rhythm”, the decadent softness of “La Vie en Rose” and the mechanical rhythm of “Nightclubbing”. This woman from Jamaica has torn down barriers, both musical – with disco and new wave, dub and reggae – and human. On stage, her deep voice and her sculptural look create an attitude of irresistible punk glamour to which only she holds the key. Five years after her last performance at Montreux, she’ll be back in the Stravinski.