In 2007, he won two more Grammys for a recording made with guitarist George Benson, “Givin’ It Up.” Mr. Jarreau remained in demand in recording studios and on concert stages around the world into his 70s. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2001, hosted a public television program on jazz singing and established a scholarship fund at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee for students interested in becoming teachers.
His marriage to Phyllis Hall ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife of 39 years, Susan Player, and a son from his second marriage.
Never one to stay in one physical or musical place for long, Mr. Jarreau described his constantly evolving approach to music to the Chicago Tribune in 1989.

“Jazz, whatever we think its purest form is, is a dynamic and changing form,” he said. “It will never be the jazz of the 1930s and ’40s and ’50s, because it’s changing and responding to its environment. That environment includes the influences of Michael Jackson, Sting and hip-hop just as much as Charlie Parker or bebop.”