Christopher Loudon, JazzTimes Magazine
". . . [Veronica] she evokes a heightened sense of mystery."
". . . [Veronica] can make the stale sound fresh, the familiar sound arresting."
Michael Steinman, Cadence
"Her enunciation and intonation are a reproach to better-known singers."
Jazz Improv's New York Jazz Guide
"Kudos to Veronica Nunn for the fresh ideas that she’s introduced into her standards album."
George Harris, All
". . . she is disarmingly comforting, letting her assuring voice caress you like a late night neck rub."
Dick Crockett, Still
Another Jazz Show, 88.7FM
"This young lady is Broadway, where a singer reaches for the same address as a Carmen McRae and Sarah Vaughn . . ."
Alan Bargebuhr, Cadence
"Unmistakably, this is an exceptional debut . . ."
Richard Bourcier, JazzReview.com
"Nunn is very much, her own stylist and sounds like no one else . . . I look forward to more by this talented singer and her group."
Franckling, Jazz Improv Magazine
"She sings with skill and confidence and swings mightily on a mix of jazz chestnuts, popular show tunes and originals."
Jim Santella, LA
"Veronica Nunn is unforgettable."
"Working with Veronica for almost the last ten years has been a pleasure, both personally and musically. Aside from the fact that she always sings perfectly in tune and, emotionally, from a place inside the lyrics, she possesses that rarest and most prized of musical gifts, a beautiful voice." – Singer Songwriter Michael Franks
Veronica Nunn is one of the brightest new jazz singers to come along in quite a while. She's original, discerning, independent, and purely swinging. Clive Davis, New York Daily News
Veronica Nunn has an unmistakable sound, a rich timbre at once intimate and reserved. Perfect time and remarkable vocal control make her ballads and fast tempos equally intriguing. And can she swing! Stuart Troup, New York Newsday
When I give my love to you,' the sensual, steamy duet performed by Michael Franks with featured singer Veronica Nunn was the highlight of the evening. Her voice complimented his as it laced around the melody, ending with a moving vocalese solo, that had the audience on their feet in applause. Los Angeles Times Excerpt from Michael Franks review at the Strand in Los Angeles
"It's been a long time since I've heard a real jazz singer!" Renowned jazz critic Stuart Troupe, upon hearing a Veronica Nunn demo tape being played on the house system at Sweet Basil, New York City, 1996