“Paula Gardin’s ‘Two of Cups’ shows the vocalist’ flair for songwriting and along with an all-star group of musicians, Paula has produced a big, lush sounding record that is lyrically and sonically very pleasing.” -Brad Barker, Jazz 91.1FM 

“Blend the amazing voice of Paula Gardin, a standout jazz quartet, and the words of love and you have a true masterpiece that every listener should run to. Paula Gardin’s “Two Of Cups” CD is split between 5 original penned songs and 7 classics including Carole King and Sonny Bono. Already several songs are staples on our radio shows. The New Orleans flavored “Love Me Then Leave Me” and ‘27” are standouts. Michelle LeGrand would be proud of Gardin’s innovative take on “Les Parapluies De Cherbourg”. Can’t wait to see Paula Gardin and her band live onstage performing songs from “Two Of Cups”.”-Joe Kelley, Joe Kelley and Gi Dussault radio show

“Canadian singer Paula Gardin confirms her talents as a sensitive interpreter, and her performances make us soar with her on an expressive voyage yet she is able to communicate to us her deep,  determined and highly original character. She is truly a singer who combines technique and heart!”-Bruno Pollacci , Animajazz

“My favourite cut is Don’t Forget You’re Alive.” - Danny Marks, Jazz 91.1FM


“Paula’s voice will reach and grab you. Her debut CD “A little Rain Must Fall” captures her sultry dynamic vocal stylings perfectly. Co-written with Lou Bartolomucci, Paula’s delivers each original song convincing the listener they are as familiar as any standard.This is a well crafted, beautifully played, artfully sung CD, one that is sure to be around for a long long time to come.” -Lorraine Lawson, Recording Artist

“Paula is a jazz singer with a country bent. She collaborates with guitarist Lou Bartolomucci to compose ten of the thirteen tracks on her debut recording. She sings about her own life experiences in a variety of styles. We liked the rousing blues on “Were You Cryin’” contrasting with the Latin spirit of “Cafe Rapsodia” and “Time To Tango”. You can hear her theatrical training on tunes like “You Make Me Feel So Young”. We were intrigued by the retro groove of “Fly Boy” but liked the happy-go-lucky “Jazzin’ In Me” best of all.” -D. Oscar Groomes, O’s Place Jazz

“At this moment there are many singers, who think they are with other music streams. But sometimes there is only country music instead of jazz vocal music. The crossover between jazz and soul music is also very popular. But the danger is: you don’t be a jazz singer, but a soul singer. But Paula Gardin is both. You can it hear on her  CD “A little rain must fall”. There are also a few pop songs included, but all with a jazzy mood. A  strong album, not just for jazz lovers.” -Jan Nederveen, Radio 794