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mystery1962 / Press

“ Mystery’s Dee Miller and Tony Loreto began the night’s festivities with original work from Mystery’s two releases “Reflections” and “Numb the Pain” and even treated the audience to some new material on their upcoming effort. Loreto’s guitar was a little flat for my taste but Miller’s seemingly all encompassing voice flooded the room and more than made up for her comrade’s tuning troubles. The source of Miller’s growing reputation around Nashville is instantly recognizable as her voice oozes emotion and demands the audience’s attention. Miller invites the audience into her world while spinning songs of sorrow in tunes like “Shoulda Know Better” and “Blindsided”. The tempo of the songs remained somewhat similar, all at a slower pace, which made some songs seemingly overlap. However, Miller’s powerful pipes supported by Loreto’s guitar play made for an entertaining and striking performance. ”

“ It was "Chick Night" at Music City Nights LIVE! Mystery redirected the acoustic pattern of the night by bringing in a taste of classic rock. I had heard Dee Miller, Mystery's lead singer, as an acoustic act in the past, but it was definitely a treat to be able to absorb the advantages of the full Mystery experience * which consists of an array of apt musicians; Dee on vocals (of course), guitarist Tony Loreto (who made excellent use of his mighty solo power throughout Mystery's set), bassist Kenny Hummer, and drummer Josh Steffen. Mystery showcased their ability to capture the classic rock style, all while having their own spin on things, via their performances of "Gone", "My Heart", "Numb the Pain, "Let You Go", and "Heat", which continues to welcomingly echo in my ears.”

Music City Nights - Music City Nights

“MYSTERY BRINGS IT This was my first time seeing Mystery live and I was curious how they would adapt to the situation of their surroundings. I have to say, it was an interesting show! Dee, Mystery’s leading lady, was quite the entertainer. She didn’t give the bar flies a chance to dismiss her or the band. She was all over the room, up in their faces, and bellying up to the bar with the mic in her hand. It was great to see her work her magic! She is a true performer! Mystery covered a wide array of music and did it well. Their selections ranged from 70s, 80s, and 90s to current rock. Their previous releases are some of the best mixed albums I have heard, their music is rock solid, and the lyrical content is astonishing. I am a fan! Horns Up, JB jb@nashvillerock.net”

JB - Nashville Rock Net