“In ‘Take Me With You,’ young singer Kate Schutt sings a come-on in glassily clear and glossily sweet tones.”—Mark Silver, NPR Song of the Day

 

“If this collection does one thing, it shows off her abilities as a songwriter."—Dan Aquilante, New York Post

 

“Guitar genius Kate Schutt turns her attention to jazz-influenced vocals on ‘Telephone Game’ (kateschutt.com). Anyone who has ever heard her… knows precisely of what she is capable.”—Gregg Shapiro, Chicago Free Press

 

“(Schutt) sounds like Rickie Lee Jones and Diana Krall spliced together”—Jeffrey Lee Puckett, Courier-Journal.com

 

“Former JLSC Jazz Grand Prize winner, Kate Schutt, recently gave a brilliant early performance at Canada AM, Canada's most-watched national morning news channel.”—John Lennon Songwriting Contest Blog

 

“Harvard-trained, Guelph-based jazz musician Kate Schutt warms up the genre with her reverb-drenched vocal jazz, managing an amicable brightness that sounds like Blossom Dearie covering Bonnie Raitt.”—Chandler Levack, Eye Weekly, Toronto ON

 

“It's easy to get a summer crush on singer/songwriter Kate Schutt, playing the "Telephone Game" (ArtistShare). She's an enticingly languid vocalist, wry composer and a sophisticated arranger in the pop/jazz vein, a natural next step for fans of Norah, Madeleine, Rickie Lee and Edie.”—Jonathan Takiff, Philadelphia Daily News

 

“Kate Schutt proves you can mix folk and jazz, and play guitar brilliantly, with alternately dreamy and powerful songs."—Richard Flohil, FYI Music News

 

"Schutt's classy songwriting, boho grooves and feathery singing could be summed up as 'jazzy melodious pop.' Recommended by nine out of 10 Rickie Lee Jones fans."The Globe and Mail

 

“A phenomenal up-and-coming singer ... Harvard and Berklee kid Kate Schutt ... is an assured singer/songwriter/guitarist with a smoky, understated delivery."—Editor's pick, Boston Phoenix

 

“Plays guitar with hipster panache"Philadelphia Daily News

 

"From the first notes I heard, I knew Kate was the real deal. A huge talent."—Maria Schneider, Grammy Award-Winning Musician

 

“Listeners can take the album (Telephone Game) in all at once, and want to play it again, at once. The tunes are varied, the words are thoughtful, the musicianship top-notch.”—Jonathan Shipley, VenusZine

 

"Opening the show was singer/songwriter Kate Schutt. Still little known here, she made plenty of converts with a lovely set that had the crowd paying close attention to her subtly-crafted compositions and to the skilled accompaniment of her rhythm section. One to watch."Tandem Online Magazine

 

"Kate Schutt's masterful NO LOVE LOST is meticulously composed and beautifully performed."—Eyal Hareuveni, All About Jazz