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Sweet Bev Perron / Press

"Bluesy, soulful Sweet Bev lives up to her moniker, with a blend of jazz and blues that echoes Al Green and Etta James. Her covers of 'I'd Rather Go Blind' and 'Proud Mary' show off a deep seeded soul influence"

“Bev Perron was born with blues in her blood. Her father was a professional performer who encouraged her talent - but it’s her role as Mom that takes first priority. “I cook, I clean, I take care of my kids… and only THEN do I go out to rehearsals, jams and gigs,” she told us. Watching Bev as she truly enjoyed the other women’s stories it was easy to see why her peers have coined her as the “Queen Bee” – a title that humbles her but she wears well. “I really just want to inspire my own girls, who are extremely talented,” the mother of four told us proudly!”

Denise Schultz - True Woman's Magazine

“It is such a pleasure to be able to share our thoughts and experiences with you about Sweet Bev Perron. We remember our first time seeing her perform several years ago and it has been exciting for us to watch her musical range grow and to see her gain even more confidence. From small local venues to thousands at Milwaukee’s Summer Fest, Bev always puts on an enthusiastic and entertaining show. Her lovely appearance and persona on stage add extra elements to her “blues artistry”. Bev draws you into the music and allows you to really understand what singing the blues is all about. She has always been our favorite choice for an evening with the blues due to her professionalism and command of the music. Bev also believes in giving back to those in need by volunteering to sing at benefits and local fund raisers. We feel that Bev will persevere to succeed, manifest her command of the blues and continue to have audiences leave fulfilled as her ever more exciting musical career goes forw”

MIKE RUTH EILEEN ORLOWSKI Da Rock Critics, columnists for WASSUP Local Magazine - WASSUP MAGAZINE