Ginger, Lucas & Jacquescoley / Press

“Muchas gracias por vuestro apoyo. Les deseo lo mejor con vuestra música. Besos desde España. Natalia”

“We are back and played " I Am What I Am " fantastic groove.......Charles.”

“Beautiful, stunning songs & music, you are a very talented and gifted artist, keep up the wonderful work, you are amazing! Absolutely awesome! God Bless you! My very best wishes to you from England. Happy New Year! Rob.”

“Eugene Jacquescoley's China performances will be available soon on DVD later this year.”

“You guys are sooo cool :-) Best wishes to all from Jakarta - Yucca”

“listening to "cold outside" a trippy tune ~ very nice”

“Olá, Ginger, Lucas & Jacquescoley! Parabéns, bela música e voz! Tudo de bom!”

"Fall In Love" is superbly done, with a classy vibe to it, reminiscent of the best of vintage productions.

“Fall In Love is amusement for my ears, J & co! Beautiful vocals and melody!”

“Your Great boss! More power! You rule!”

“loving this classic sound! ♥ ♥ ♥”

"Fall In Love" With This Song June 22, 2012 By Michele Wilson-Morris When romance is in the air, nothing accentuates it quite like the right music, which, when done properly, has the power to magnify powerful emotions and moods. "Fall In Love," by singer/songwriter/producer Ginger Patterson is a ballad that is almost undefinable. Containing both traditional and unconventional elements, it is like a fine, abstract piece of art; everyone who listens to it will hear something different, but it is open to interpretation and there is most definitely something there to appreciate. The song begins with an interesting guitar, strings, and a piano melody that sets up the entrance of Ginger's sensual voice. Lyrically strong, "Fall In Love" tells of the things that are beautiful about being in love. Ginger has a range of tones within her voice, and is capable of quickly and smoothly transitioning from a soft breathy sound to a full tone, Ginger has a unique voice and vocal style, but it is one

“Eugene Jacquescoley selected for Afton Booking, LLC for 2012-2013”

“ Pennsylvania’s Lucas Lasagna has a golden voice reminiscent of Frank Sinatra, which he shows off from start to finish on his 2006 album Music to Eat and Love By. The jazz standard “Angel Eyes” is performed by him in the spirit of Sinatra, and he is met by a rhythm section that takes him in and out of time throughout the ballad’s measures. The standard “Lush Life” is done in the style of Johnny Hartman, and one can hear the golden history of jazz vocals in the extent of the ballad selections on the album. This release is perfect to listen to while enjoying a glass of red wine, milk-fed veal, and extra virgin olive oil at dinner with the family. Sidemen Don Braden on saxophone and flute and the late Charles Fambrough on bass are a real pleasure to listen to complementing the vocalist. Lasagna closes the album with “One for My Baby”, a legendary composition which once again highlights his talents in the middle range, turning out jazz vocals of all gold.”

“Eugene Jacquescoley was selected for Vents Magazine Compilation.”