“Washington DC based jazz group Veronneau has just released their first album titled Joie De Vivre which translates to “Joy of Living.”...I see only good things coming from this group and their album is already doing quite well in the Jazz world....4.5 stars.
"Fans of organic, accomplished and traditional world music bands such as the Gipsy Kings and Beausoleil will be drawn to the sultry, ear-pleasing sounds of Veronneau, led by French-Canadian chanteuse Lynn Veronneau. The four-piece jazz outfit boasts stellar musicians... Veronneau’s crystalline voice manages to convey warmth and sensuality. The collection of 10 songs is impossible to categorize, boasting influences from Brazil, Mexico, Great Britain and, of course, France. It’s the kind of music that would sound perfect in the background of a candlelit dinner on a rooftop with someone you’d like to get to know better".
On Tap Magazine
"Once in a while we hear some amazing music. We have a transplant from Quebec, Lynn Veronneau, her take on songs really accentuates her tremendous voice. Her accent entrances me. You can just catch a glimpse of it...but there it is...and it's damned sexy. I am very happy to know that we have another beautiful voice out there making magic and making my heart smile"
Music Monthly Magazine
“Love this new album. . .the songs the singing and musicianship are outstanding. We'll be playing it often on the Jazz Café"
"Jazz Cafe" WRHU, New York
“Virginia-based quartet Véronneau can sound like gypsy jazz colliding gently with Appalachian folk one moment, then slide into a smooth Brazilian samba the next. Lynn Véronneau’s voice is crisp and strong, and she can sing in English, French or Spanish. "
“I wish I owned a funky clothes shop so I could play (Joie de Vivre) while people were shopping".
"Veronneautook over Jammin' Java last night and transported us all to France, to Brazil, all around the world! With exuberance they brought songs to joyous life and added sparks that audiences yearn to experience."