'Leading off with a note of infectious optimism, the title track heralds the sound of a stunning new talent. Sayre calls Nashville home, but she eschews Americana for the swoon and sway of a willowy, jazz-like caress. What's more, her clear, supple vocals make every song a standout.' ~ Performing Songwriter, Mar/Apr 2009 "Sayre's elegantly expressive voice remains a subtle and sublime treasure, displaying a musicality that trumps the ever-present predictability of most modern singers.... She's embraced a contemporary sound that fuses jazz phrasing with a relaxed, classic-pop melodicism." ~ Michael McCall, Nashville Scene 'Rebecca is a true artist. You can tell by listening to her music that she lives and breathes music. She communicates honest stuff and invites the listener in to her world of melody and life experiences .' ~Phil Keaggy 'Rebecca Sayre was first introduced to me by not one, but several friends as 'one of my favorite people....' When you hear her music and experience her relaxed, professional yet unpretentious presence, you'll see why. You'll feel like you've known her for a long time - If you haven't already, I'd encourage you to get to know her and her music.' ~Muriel Anderson 'Rebecca is a wonderfully talented songwriter and performer who has really been turning heads in recent years. Her silky smooth vocals and catchy lyrics and melodies are wonderfully fresh sounding... I've had the privilege of playing with Rebecca on several occasions and always had a blast playing her music.' ~ Richard Smith "One of Nashville's premier jazz vocalists... An elegant stylist with a clear tone and an easy sense of swing... revealing just how much her songwriting has developed." ~ Michael McCall, Nashville Scene.
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