“Champagne Sunday is an interesting breed. Performing a little bit Broadway, a little bit contemporary, a little bit punk and a little bit blues, this indie duo has a lot of energy and talent that makes for an engaging, powerful listen.”
“Vocalist Jessi has a sound similar to Chrissie Hynde or Ani DiFranco - a huge, feminine voice with power and punch, but with a range so as to reach into a lullaby if necessary.”
“Three shows in a span of five days earlier this month offered an example of the musical diversity of Champagne Sunday. They have enough blues influence to play Old Town Blues Festival, are rocking enough to play Art on the Ave the following day, and can tone things down enough to play an acoustic gig at Mandolin Café a few days later.”
". . . the Ventura-based band having gained some Grit City steam on the back of several impressive and talked about performances . . . "
". . . Champagne Sunday remains as bubbly as its namesake, with no hangover in sight . . ."
"With beautiful vocals by their lead songstress backed by solid harmonies, this is a must-see band."
"Most of all, Reems-Terrell is an absolute powerhouse as lead vocalist — quite possibly the best female singer the local music scene has to offer."