“Larry Luger strong rapport with vocalist Sandy Jordan was very much in evidence during their March 9, 2010 appearance at Notaro Ristorante, an Italian restaurant on Manhattan’s East Side. For several years, Luger and Jordan have been performing together on Tuesday nights at Notaro—and Luger demonstrated that he is as comfortable in an instrumental setting as he is playing with a vocalist. Jordan has a strong cabaret/Broadway/traditional pop background, but she is also an avowed admirer of Ella Fitzgerald and is capable of getting into more jazz-oriented endeavors; Luger’s swinging yet melodic guitar playing, in fact, seemed to bring out more of her jazz qualities on enjoyable performances of familiar gems ranging Jerome Kern’s “Dearly Beloved” to The Beatles’ “Yesterday” to Don Raye & Gene dePaul’s “I Remember April.“”
“Whether in a cabaret appearing as a cabaret singer or with her jazz trio, Sandy Jordan is always superb! She is a real experience. Beauty and wisdom rolled into one great performer."”
“A fabulous entertainer with a voice to match.She puts her soul into her singing. One of NY's favorites - Sandy Jordan has a large following of devoted fans." ”
“Singer Sandy Jordan goes from jazz to opera with the greatest of ease.”
"As easy on the eyes as she is on the ears.A beautiful girl with a beautiful voice.