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Krystle Dos Santos / Press

“She commands the stage with her elegant statuesque form and her easy banter draws you in, making the whole experience naturally intimate. However, it’s when Dos Santos grasps the retro microphone she sings into, and unfolds that tremendous earthy, sexy voice that you are captured.”

Shelley Gummeson - Host of Jazz On the Rocks on 92.5 The X, Kamloops BC

“Krystle Dos Santos is an incredibly talented, emerging force on the national music scene just beginning to break through to the masses as one of the hottest new artists to watch.”

Red Deer Express

“Anyone willing to take on Ain’t Got No, I Got Life – which has never been done as well as the incomparable Nina Simone does it – is worth listening to….she handles it with the same intimacy that she shows in her own works….her version of the Radiohead is worth listening to more than once. Heck it’s worth listening to many, many times.”

Dale Bass - Kamloops This Week

“Dos Santos’ voice is velvety and soulful. Her style eclectic, often sounding simultaneously vintage and contemporary.”

Adrian Chamberlain - Victoria Times Colonist

“Her voice is sultry and rapturous, powerful and enthralling, a testament to her sexy swag, no doubt. Dos Santos’ range is equally spectacular, seamlessly moving from pop-funk to jazzy-soul discussing topics of love and pain to ones of joy and happiness. And the best thing about Dos Santos is: She has no gimmick. Her voice is her niche, and she looks to fit right in.”

Jason Parham - URB Magazine Online

“Gifted as a singer and songwriter, Krystle was able to generate crossover appeal amongst CJSR DJs and listeners who don’t normally listen to R&B/Soul…As a performer she is powerful and commanding and able to adapt to an abundance of different environments…”

Aaron Levin - Music Director CJSR 88.5FM

“…You can hear her voice across all oceans and terrain. Krystle has an extremely unique style we like to call retro. She takes the new mixes it with the old and creates something undefined. We hope Canada will share her with us.”

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