• CD Reviews •
Supper Club CD • Supper Club •

Scott Yanow, Jazz critic and author

Supper Club is Laura Hull's most rewarding recording so far, serving as both an excellent display of her musical talents and as a tribute to the great Lenny Argese.

Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz Magazine

Laura is superb throughout, and Lenny [Argese], well, his contributions are magical.

John Russel Ghist, Midwest Ballroom, WDCB Radio, Glenn Ellen/Chicago

When I first heard Laura Hull's new CD Supper Club, I could instantly picture myself at a swank night spot enjoying a beverage at a table and listening to a stylish singer backed by a swinging group. Laura demonstrates her versatile vocal talents on each of the album selections from the dreamy standard Alone Together, to her vibrant rendition of How Deep is the Ocean. This CD includes 13 versions of fine classic love songs that we are fortunate to enjoy again, elegantly sung by Laura Hull.

Take Me Home CD • Take Me Home •

Scott Yanow, Jazz critic and author

Ms. Hull's Take Me Home pays tribute to ten standards by adding subtle creativity, a real feel for the lyrics, and swing. Throughout this very pleasing set, Laura Hull both inhabits the songs and serves them well. All of the individual composers would be pleased with her tasteful treatments, as will listeners who enjoy superior material and classy singing.

John Hoglund, Cabaret Scenes

Laura Hull's dynamic new album is a solid mix of flawlessly arranged tunes sung with a contagious flair by a savvy jazz stylist who, like Daryl Sherman and her ilk, are passing the torch of the great American songbook.

Edward Blanco, Jazz Critic, ejazznews.com

A graceful singer, Hull draws upon rich vocals to express the warmness of soft ballad-like songs. Of course Hull does have another swinging side where she demonstrates her assertive and expressive vocals belting out the lyrics in tasteful fashion. Just listen to the lady's interpretation of Frank Loesser's burner I've Never Been In Love Before to sample the singer's reach. If you favor music from the Great American Songbook, then you will be more than pleased with Take Me Home. Laura Hull is a melodic singer who puts her heart in this album and it shows when you hear her sing. Trust me, take this one home with you and let Laura Hull's elegant style mesmerize you as she did me.

Hullabaloo CD • Hullabaloo •


Laura Hull's songs serve as reminders of a time when quality songwriters like Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne were composing material. It is relatively easy to foresee that her compositions could easily have musical longevity.


Hullabaloo showcases Laura Hull's compositional skills coupled with a smooth and silky vocal presentation of jazz, smooth jazz and flavors of adult contemporary mixed into a tasty entrée of colorful textures and an expressive vocal presentation. Hull's voice is captivating and relaxing.

Glen Artaritae, JazzNews.com

Her vocal delivery is sweet, straight-forward and lyrically rich in scope.