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Laurie D and the BLues Babes / Press

““Hi Laurie! Mmmmm-mmmm, I dig that bluesy vibe! Kind of a Bonnie Raitt thing, but your own sound”. Jim Cabral, musician ”

Jim Cabral - Qoute

“ "Laurie D's new CD is one of the best recordings of 2008 and her guitar playing is some of the best I have heard. If you somehow missed 'Can't Wait to See You Again' in your busy life, go to her web site and listen and then get it. She is one of Colorado's best and this CD is not to be missed." – Chris Daniels, musician ”

Chris Daniels - Review

"Delicate voice and confident guitar mark her work..." -- David Thomas, Denver Post

David Thomas - Denver Post

"Celestial vocals layered over sophisticated guitar riffs are hallmarks of Laurie Dameron's compositions. They encompass a variety of musical styles from moody acoustic pieces to rock, jazz and blues influences." – -- Freelance writer Marilyn Gleason

Marilyn Gleason - Freelance

““Utah Dream is "a CD consisting of classic folk, jazz and blues underlined by the lilt of a voice so distinct that only one word could describe it: beautiful." -- Laurence Washington, Boulder Daily Camera music critic”

Laurence Washington - Boulder Daily Camera

““I Can’t Wait to See You Again. Mellow out with the third album from this talented Boulder-based jazz singer and guitarist, who celebrates the disc’s release with a concert Wednesday at Dazzle Restaurant and Lounge in Denver. Whether playing originals, classic blues tunes, jazz standards or Brazilian favorites, Dameron keeps things tasty and understated. She’s got talent to spare but resists the urge to show off.”

“With the release of her third CD I Can’t Wait To See You Again, Laurie Dameron has begun to establish herself in the relatively small but growing sorority of female Jazz Guitarists. The fact that she can also sing adds a breadth of commercialism to her music, which should surely help in getting her music out to a greater listening public. Dameron’s playing is a nice blend of old school Jazz Guitar, Rock n’ Roll double stops and swing blues. Her Guitar tone is crisp and smooth, giving her just enough bite for when she does her Bluesy Jazz thang… I Can’t Wait To See You Again is an enjoyable first outing by Laurie and if I had any criticism to lay down it would be that there is only one original tune by Ms. Dameron and not a whole album’s worth! The title track is as comfortable as an old sweater.If there are more tunes like that up her writer’s sleeve, then I’m way eager to hear a second CD…and soon…”