"Sonya Jevette, a tall black woman in tight jeans, boots and straw cowboy hat, comes on to big applause. She hits the button on her drum machine and makes liberal use of a wah-wah pedal as she pushes her big voice and good guitar plunking into a couple of original songs that straddle rockabilly and R&B. The crowd loves her and shouts for more. She goes with "Big Girls," a sexy, bluesy rant that lets men who think otherwise know that in bed "the bigger the cushion, the better the wobbly-wobbly." Sing it, sister."
“This is just a fantastic CD Gini Mascorro KXT 91.7 - Music Coordinator & Host”
“Girl has Pipes!!!!! I mean it. Pipes to bring you to your knees. It doesn't hurt that she can handle a guitar along the way. It's Soulful,...It's Bluesy...and it's sugar! Take a listen! -admin@TMR”
“Sonya Jevette grew up singing to the great R&B tunes that dominated the airwaves in the seventies. As a teen she honed her vocal talent through the church choir. Winning a talent contest at the age of seventeen was the beginning of Sonya Jevette's journey. From there, she went on to win dozens of competitions. These successes translated into media attention from radio & newspaper with appearances at over one hundred festivals. Sonya Jevette combines her rich, passionate voice and her gut-wrenching lyrics with classical, latin and jazz style guitar.Sonya Jevette's configuration produces a style that can only be described as unique. She was nominated in the Dallas Observer 2002 Music Awards along side Eryka Badu and N'Dambi. Sonya Jevette has played in venues such as Dallas Hard Rock Cafe, Deep Ellum Live, Gypsy Tea Room, and Ft. Worth's Caravan of Dreams. Jevette has a passion for the business side of the music industry and has established her own Indie label, Sound Byte Prduction”