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Laura Fernandez / Press

“There is a certain fire that burns with a quietude that, although atypical of the Latin soul, still contains much of the passion that is contained in it. In fact the passion is so contained that the fire actually soars with its very chill. The music of Laura Fernandez “burns” with this cold fire. Much of Miles Davis’ music was “hot” in that sense (that) it burned with a similar quiet fire. Conventional wisdom dictates that Latin music is not meant to be cool but fiery and hot. Still, when music such as that written by an artist such as Fernandez is performed it is still brimful of passion, grace and a cool fire...”

“ Not only is Laura Fernandez a talented songwriter...she possesses a truly lovely voice. Laura's songs and her effortless delivery have the power to transport the listener to far-away (and sunnier!) climes. It's a delight to put Un Solo Beso on the CD player and let the music completely envelop you. Do yourself a favour and hit the Repeat button...this is one album that's worth multiple plays. ”

Sandy Mowat - CBC Radio one Fresh Air

“ Laura Fernandez One, two, three, four: pianist Don Naduriak sets the tempo at Montreal’s Upstairs jazz bar. After a few measures, the trumpet player, Eduardo Sanchez, takes the lead and the tone of the song shifts from jazz to the familiar hip-swaying rhythm of a Latin ballad. Laura Fernandez, singer and composer, makes her way from the back of the bar to take the mic. “For tonight’s show,” she says, “I will speak in three languages.” ... see article”

““her music melts in your mind... and leaves that oh so good feeling.... add candle light””

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