By: Adam McGovern
The embodiment of What You Didn’t Talk About.
By: Mike Fleisch
“I got a million of ’em.”
By: Brian Berger
His wild sounds set off waves of enthusiasm.
By: Tucker Cummings
It’s pretty hard to call a harp player a sell-out.
By: Lynn Peril
Orson Welles called her “the most exciting woman alive.”
By: Alix Lambert
Original pacing, gliding vowels, and a visceral commitment to the material.
By: Devin McKinney
She opened every lock in your personal house of love.
She’s the perfect package.
It’s always “Posh and Becks,” rarely “Becks and Posh.”
The archetypal brand of the iconic mass-culture chanteuse.
Librettos as supernaturally sophisticated as her melodic sixth sense.
By: Lucy Marie Sante
She could make a rising inflection transcend all the bitterness.
She knew her idiom, and never half-assed it.
“We play unsegregated music.”
By: Mark Kingwell
He ended up a cocoa-butter shell of a man.