Jump Me Martha / Press

“New music in a vintage style. Their original music has 21st century lyrics & humor. The quintet swings hard with blues, hot jazz & swing. Their spirited music is timeless...and brand new. Jump Me Martha is not to be missed.”

Scott Yanow - Chicago Jazz Columnist/Author

“Life Sentences is a soulfully sung, inventively arranged and thoroughly enjoyable collection of torch songs, pop and blues."”

Cam Fuller - Saskatoon Star Phoenix

“My wife Judy’s 50th Birthday, I gave her the best present she admits to receiving from me, her husband. I hired Suzanne Paschall and Tom Dahl to play at a house party for her! Our friends still talk about the event! ”

Owen Einsiedler, Head of Tourism North Battleford

“Of the song Tenement Row: "This is extremely talented and original work. Great work!"”

Judges' Comments - The Great American Song Contest

“Brings to mind Diana Krall singing in improbable shoes. I dig it - especially the toot-toots. I know I'm not a music-brain or anything but as a gal who loves good tunes...you AMAZE me. Way to go..."”

Pam Bustin (novelist/playwright/actor) - Fan Review

“Suzanne Paschall's voice is like raw silk dipped in fine brandy and toasted over a colourful musical palate. Add to that her considerable talent as a songwriter and you have the recipe for success..."”

Danny Fortier, Songwriter, WYATT - Musician Review

“I can’t get enough of this music. You have to make another album...”

Kjell Andreasson, Host - Blues Show, Radio Hostelbro, Denmark

“Suzanne is a jazz singer that makes you feel like you are hearing the velvet throat of a crooner. And Tommy, well if you thought Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne can play, wait till you hear this guy! Tommy's body english makes it obvious...Their original tunes are infectious.”

Gord McAulay, Saskatoon Blues Society - Industry Review

“With a distinctive and refreshingly original vocal style, Suzanne Paschall takes her listeners from gospel ballads to down and dirty honky tonk; sexy salsas to sultry smoke-filled jazz. Notable performance: "Sin of Eve", a track that would give both Jane Siberry and Joni Mitchell goose bumps.”

David J. Taylor (Producer, Regina, SK) - Industry Review