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“ ... the music wraps around Kosut’s warm alto, harkening back to the golden era of female vocalists like Libby Holman, Ethel Merman and Gertrude Lawrence, all for whom Green wrote and arranged.” - Steve Murray
“Wonderfully winsome - undeniably endearing, this disc is highly recommended.” - Doug Boynton
“ Singer marks 70th with panache, jellybeans and flats By Woody Weingarten Marinscope contributor Mar 29, 2016 Linda Kosut stepped into muted blue Society Cabaret spotlights in San Francisco’s Hotel Rex and took a breath. The singer bowed a tad more than an hour later, having radiated warmth, humor and reminiscences in an amazingly well-paced concert with dazzling breadth. Linda’s renderings ranged from jazz standards to pop to folk to protest songs — Linda was at her best. And that’s undeniably good. The gig was intended to celebrate her birthday — as one of two million-plus baby boomers that started turning 70 on Jan. 1 . In all, the show was a testament to aging, immigration (“We are all the children and grands and great-grands of immigrants,” Linda proclaimed) and a zest for life. Also established, via the lesser known ballads Linda undoubtedly chose because of their ability to pinpoint one aspect or another of the oldening process, was that she was a master researcher of music. READ FULL REVIEW HERE ” - Woody Weingarten
“We keep spinning it. Wonderful recording. It deserves to be heard!" ” - David Kenney, Everything Old Is New Again
“There are numerous American Songbook treasures to discover and enjoy in this exceptional collection by Linda Kosut and some of the finest Bay Area musicians" - Bob Golden. VP, Marketing, Carlin America Publishing NY” - Bob Golden, VP Marketing, Carlin America Publishing
“ ... tonight I sit here and watch a gal who already has my respect, WOW me once again with a great band (Tedd Firth, Tom Hubbard, Jeff Lederer & Joe Abba) and vocals and energy but it's also her song choices and what she does with them that makes a person sit up and say, "She's FANTASTIC!" She's got what ya can't buy ... CHARM." ” - Sue Matsuki
— Cabaret Hotline Online