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What the critics are saying about Carter Calvert
...Calvert finds the bluesy soul of the Patsy Cline hit 'Walking after Midnight.
— The New York Post
...at home on Broadway with her sizzling renditions... — This Month ON STAGE
Carter Calvert is simply incredible. Her voice is so well focused and full of power that she can raise goose bumps. Her performance of favorites such as "Fever" is one I'll remember for some time to come.
Carter Calvert proves that white girls can get down with the best of 'em...at turns shamelessly flirtatious and delightfuly wicked. She plays her come-hither looks to the hilt as she taunts the audience with a wink and a smile...the singer's raunchy interpretation of "Fever" is almost too hot to handle, as she whispers, gasps and slithers her way through the song. — Home News Tribune Marquee
...a voice of smoke and fire... — San Diego Weekly
[Carter Calvert] could sizzle in a blizzard...she combines a formidable comic talent with a deliciously torchy voice. Real class. — The Plain Dealer
...the electric sizzle and animal heat of her performance threatens to set off the building's sprinkler system. That gal can sure sing--not to mention her talent as a 4-alarm, come-hither vixen, sensuously slithering through this X-rated show-stopper with measured insouciance. — New Jersey Weekly
Carter Calvert opened with a breathy rendition of “All That Jazz” from Chicago exceeded in sultriness only by her jaw-dropping performance of “Fever” in the second half of the show.
— Kansas City's Online Journal of the Performing Arts
Carter Calvert's "Memory" almost makes you think you're hearing this old chestnut for the first time.
— LA Variety
Calvert is pitch-perfect on the Andrew Lloyd Webber anthem "Memory. —Theatermania.com
Calvert shines in her signature song, “Memory” and owns the song totally. Though I have heard “Memory” many times, I have not heard it done so soulfully. She captures all the nuances and feelings. Calvert closes Act 1 with her show stopping, “Don’t Rain on My Parade.” What a set of pipes this bubbly gal has! — Hollywood Theater Examiner
Calvert's finest moments come in her moving anecdote of landing the plum role of Grizabella in "Cats" just when she was giving up on getting a career break, leading into her showstopping delivery of Grizabella's haunting Andrew Lloyd Webber ballad, "Memory." — Backstage.com
Lovely Carter Calvert covers the femme country songs and the pop style nightclub numbers among her assignments. She demonstrates her range with her flat out Patsy Cline style country and western "Walkin' After Midnight" and a torrid "Fever" a la Peggy Lee. — TalkinBroadway.com
Crystal Cruises, a luxury cruise line awarded for its six-star entertainment, may soon receive an extra star of excellence by booking Miss Carter Calvert. After multiple sailings as Headline Entertainer, she has set our main stage spinning with her soaring vocals and dynamic stage presence. Her repertoire of Broadway, jazz, country-western, pop and contemporary selections is enthusiastically embraced by our discerning cruise guests. She lights up our decks off-stage with her incandescent personality and winning public relations skills. Miss Calvert represents the total package of a superior stage performer and all-around ambassador of joy! — Take One