Solitary Moon Ginger Berglund & Scott Whitfield
Solitary Moon

Bi-Coastal Music

“This swinging, singing duo is backed by a big band smartly arranged by trombonist Whitfield…this is exactly how Johnny

[Mandel]’s music is best showcased—with the emphasis on vocal harmony that enriches his melodic gifts.”
~ Marc Myers, JazzWax
Cat House Cat Conner
Cat House

Cat Tales Records

“Cat Conner’s voice is romantic and contemporary, dreamy as well as sexy.”
~ Paula Edelstein, AXS

QuietThing Madeline Eastman + Randy Porter
A Quiet Thing

Mad-Kat Records

“Power in music isn’t measured in terms of decibels or athleticism, but through connective abilities. Music that strikes a chord with a listener, making its mark in their ears and soul, is powerful music that matters; A Quiet Thing does just that.”
~ All About Jazz



Steve Heckman
Born To Be Blue
– featuring Howard Alden
Jazzed Media

“A tight, introspective set that has jazz standards breathing with new life… a masterful piece of work.”
~ Blogcritics


Judy Wexler
What I See

Jazzed Media

“Though Judy Wexler’s reputation as one of the West Coast’s most compelling vocalists was cemented some time ago, What I See, her fourth release, suggests a heightened maturity, an even greater sense of assured imagination. Much like Abbey Lincoln—and at this point in Wexler’s musical progress, the comparison is quite valid—her skills as an actress are skillfully exercised, adding vivid shadings to her interpretations.”
~ JazzTimes



Rebecca DuMaine and the Dave Miller Trio
Better Than Anything

Summit Records

“(DuMaine) has that indefinable thing, the ‘it’ so cherished in days way gone past. Together with the Trio she creates renditions of songs that always sparkle and often sizzle.”
~ SoundStage


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Deborah Shulman & Larry Zalkind
Let’s Get Lost

Summit Records

“Lost in the Stars is a classy little jewel of an album. It takes a couple of listens for the sheer quality and uncluttered lustre of Deborah Shulman’s vocals to take hold, so understated and subtle are they. But once they have you in their thrall, they yield refined treasure.”
~ The Art of the Torch Singer




Deborah Shulman
Get Your Kicks
– featuring Ted Howe
Summit Records

“Shulman’s Get Your Kicks: The Music & Lyrics of Bobby Troup is a winner. Shulman gets it when it comes to singing Troup. She is hip when called for, poignant if that is the way she should be, sexy and naughty if appropriate, and always embraces humor in those lyrics that only Troup could have written.”
~ Jersey Jazz


Jeffrey Gimble
Beyond Up High

Café Pacific Records

“Vocalist Jeffrey Gimble is a unique new voice on the jazz scene. What makes Beyond Up High, Gimble’s debut effort, such a pleasure to listen to is hearing the joy in his approach to the material.”
~ The Jazz Page​


Bill Coté
Where Do You Start

“Bill Coté has recorded his first CD with the same intensity and quality lyrics that Hartman had originally possessed. His new CD Where do you Start is a joy to listen to and feel. His warmth, grace and rich quality breathe new life into a sixteen song set of the best of the best.”
~ The Jazz Zine