"...Listening to Low Fidelity her latest album, you'd never have guessed that folk was her forte. The album is all Stax-influenced soul and blues, and Levasseur's voice lends itself nicely to those sounds..."
"...a native of Winnipeg, who's called Toronto home now for many years, is a highly versitle singer, songwriter, and in demand multi-instramentalist who at any given time plays with as many as three or four different bands..."
“...a fine lyricist, writing clear story songs ... She has a growing and solid reputation as a live and festival performer and, with her strong voice, should provide lots of big moments at her shows.”
“...thoughtful bluesy songs she sublimely delivers on her debut CD not a straight line.”
— toronto star
“Even Canadian women get the blues sometimes. But a [new CD] lets us hear how just good the blues can be, especially if you mix it up a bit with some generous borrowing from other genres.”
Time Magazine Canada
“Treasa's powerful yet sensitive voice has great range - it can whisper, cry, soar with joy and blast you out of your seat - sometimes all in the same song! She has superb pacing and a feel for a tune that characterizes all the great ones. She's also a first class songwriter”
Ottawa Blues Society Newsletter
“It doesn't take long to get hooked on Treasa Levasseur...a richly talented singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with powerhouse pipes...with a voice that's one part Merry Clayton, one part Dusty Springfield and one part Etta James”
— Charlottetown Guardian
"smoldering voice and hilarious asides"...
— Now Magazine, Toronto
“an exceptionally gifted singer-songwriter whose second album is a rich, wholly satisfying amalgam of original soul, blues and R&B confections that showcase her stunning voice and set her up for the big break. This is sophisticated, sassy adult music, with sexy hooks and raunchy licks.”