Critics and audiences have been delighted, wooed, touched by her warmth,
humor and great singing.

Here’s what they say:

“... a first class interpreter ... with unorthodox tempos, unexpected pauses and other beguiling eccentricities ... she redefined “Just One of Those Things” ... the languorous way she caressed a phrase in “My Funny Valentine” ... blessed with a supple alto that has clearly been honed and shaped in the musical theater ...”
Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune   Click here for the full review

“Janet Redstone is one of the classiest and most intelligent singers performing today ... you must hear her interpretations ... She is a major find.”
Robert M. Goodman, Show Business

“... a captivating jazz vocalist with a terrific vocal range ... a bit reminiscent of the younger Barbara Cook.”
M. Beth Leidman, Indiana Gazette

“... a very fine singer ... regally beautiful with great poise and an extremely lovely voice!”
Bob Harrington, Backstage

“... packs a wallop! She brings heart, life and a piquant impudence to the role. Her voice possesses richness, clarity and authority that puts one in mind of a young Streisand.”
J. Reed, Pelican Press

“I love her voice. It is clear and yet full of mood and tone color. Interpretation makes her special to listen to.”
Richard Heck, Binghamton University Press

“Her ability to control the dynamic of a song over time draws the listener into a complete and satisfying musical experience.”
John Mennella, Banghauss Music