performed at our 'New York, New York' restaurant for over a year.
"Comora is a seasoned singer who can belt out tunes, shimmy through choruses and provide quips" Longboat Observer, Florida
wore a lively green flapper outfit with plenty of fringes which swung as she
strutted to the music.
"The project (Palisades Amusement Park documentary) sounds terrific, and I love Betty
a singer with a penchant for bouncing high notes with the ping pong alacrity of a Betty Boop...bright and bouncy on 'Dr.Jazz' and surprisingly effective with the ballad 'You've Changed.
George Kanzler, The Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ
played and sang in a style similar to Blossom Dearie.
We look forward to her
Pizza On The Park Newsletter, London, England
added color and theatrical flair to the bands' performances.
John S.Wilson, New York Times
review of Newport Jazz Festival in NYC
had a big success with "Broadway Baby" (Sondheim's 'Follies' at The Players of Sarasota, 2002).
lit up the stage on every entrance" Jack Eddleman, Bradenton Herald, FL
took the stage in her flapper outfit to sing "The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea," "How Long Has This Been Going On," and a bouncing rendition of 'All That Jazz', complete with Bob Fosse-type dance steps" Bill Webb, Sarasota Jazz Magazine review of "The Jazz Singers" concert at The Players Theater
"Our song stylist/pianist, Betty Comora, draws capacity crowds with her duo on Mondays, traditionally a slow night", Sam Gerolmo, The Meadoword (Mona Lisa Restaurant, Sarasota, FL)
, 'Hard-Hearted Hannah,' took over the stage to show them how it's done.
RAGTIME RASCALS entertained us with three hours of toe tapping Jazz and Blues
Some of you missed one of the best shows we have booked all year!
You don't often find this quality of professional entertainment for $10 per person.
John N.Mitchell, Sahib Shriners, Sarasota 2006
is a hoot as Hattie, who sings about her
youthful dreams in 'Broadway Baby', Jay Handelman, Herald-Tribune ("Follies" at the Manatee Players, 2006)