"Very pretty moody stuff...I was in some sepia-toned restaurant and the music was coming at me from some other room (on a vitrola type thingy) and that actually suited the bittersweet tang to your tunes. I like your approach and your singing is very personal and suits the mood beautifully. The guitar playing is simple and direct and again eminently suitable." David Campbell, Ottawa, Zed, CBC
"You certainly have a unique talent and I am quite impressed with your guitarwork. You have a real knack for the arpeggiated chord style and it suits your music very well. ...Your music has a very European flair to it. Maybe you should think about doing the Quebec circuit?.. for your first effort it really is quite good..." Rob E., Hamilton, Music teacher
"Like most anglos I love "La Vie en Rose"...your interpretation of it is what made me wonder if you were actually from France. Very 'regional' and 'inside' so to speak...not many Francophones play 'Francophonics' in Angloland...so the French thing might be a plus.
Love your innovative phrasing...and also your sometimes seamless rhythm changes and the bass strings are pleasing... you're good.
Your vocals are truly some of the most unusual and spectacular I have ever encountered. ... the actual sound of your voice is very novel, very rare...and you have this endearing vocal phrasing ....
Your chameleon voice ...that astoundingly unique phrasing....WOW! Your present status quo ...is approaching pure gold to fans seeking your genre but as for International charts I'd call you one of the most promising artsy/folky performers 'out there' today." Glen Nordal, GTA, Songwriter