"Hard to categorize as a singer-she’s equally adept at show tunes, jazz, pop, and even r&b...the woman can add oomph to a song like it’s nobody’s business!"
Kevin Scott Hall, EDGE New York Contributor
Pockets Full of Good Intentions
The songs of Karen Carpenter reinvisioned with an infusion of jazz and R&B!
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"As an added treat, Boston’s Lynda D’Amour joined Minnock on stage for a spirited duet on “Moondance” (Van Morrison). The dynamic D’Amour brings fireworks to whatever she does, and she made the most of this moment, showing impressive jazz chops as the two traded lines and scat solos."...Kevin Scott Hall, Bistroawards.com
"I was especially entranced by Ms. D'Amour's ability to handle such a wide variety of song styles with such ease. Often quite dramatic in her performance, she presented a flawless rendering of each song. " - Stu Hamstra, Cabaret Hotline Online
D’Amour brought a nice swinging vibe to Irving Berlin’s “Change Partners,” was absolutely lovely on “If I Ruled the World" and included a cool, deep register scat on “Lover, Come Back to Me.” Her strength is a sultry, breathy alto on the lower notes, which was never more evident than on the highlight of the set, “What Kind of Fool Am I?” - Stephen Hanks, Cabaret Scenes
"Lynda D’Amour is one of Boston-area’s most exciting, sought-after cabaret singers, and her debut recording, "Ordinary Fool," shows exactly why, with her buttery alto, crisp attention to lyrics, and a no-nonsense interpretive style that tells it like it is. This is a CD you will want to keep handy whether for a romantic evening, or your own private pity party, as D’Amour takes you on the all-too familiar journey of love’s fables and foibles." John Amodeo, Edge Magazine/Cabaret Scenes.
"D’Amour has further distinguished herself...appearing recently in a musical revue directed by Bill Castellino where she stopped the show with a hysterical musical theater send-up, Here Comes The Ballad, (Davis/Vinaver)..." - John Amodeo, Edge magazine
"Her tribute to Sammy Davis Jr. showed off her impressive vocal range: She can belt. She can purr...one minute, then dig down...for a growly number...she can whisper the sweetest notes you ever heard...If that chameleon voice were not enough, D’Amour is plenty funny, to boot…She’s got it all..." - Beverly Creasey, Theater Mirror
Photographs by Heather Sullivan; Hair & Makeup by Kara Raynaud.