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“Miller’s voice—cheerful, positive—is one of the warmest and most welcoming voices in jazz.”

– Bruce Lindsay, All About Jazz

“Mark Christian Miller’s singing is a pleasure to the ear—breezy, rhythmically nimble, honest, and full of heart.”

– James Gavin (author of Is That All There Is?: The Strange Life of Peggy Lee)

“Your singing is joyful, swinging, and a pleasure to hear.”

– Michael Feinstein

“Miller’s vocals are rich, nuanced and filled with his effortless talent for melodic invention….a stellar set.”

– Paula Edelstein, AXS

“Miller brings sincere feeling, solid swing and fresh interpretations to a variety of standards and superior obscurities.”

– Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene

“This is one album for just about every occasion – foreground, background, living room, bedroom or any room you care to mention – love it!”

– Lance Liddle, BeBop Spoken Here (London)

“Mark’s voice is clear, tuneful and mature, while his interpretations of lyrics are insightful.”

– Bruce Crowther, Jazz Mostly

“Miller and this collection of timeless songs are thoroughly entertaining .”

– D. Glenn Daniels, The Jazz Page

“Mark Christian Miller’s vocals……as smooth as Fred Astaire on a freshly polished dance floor.”

– Dee Dee’s Diary, lajazz.com by Dee Dee McNeil

“Take a sensitive singer who cares about lyrics, put him in the company of first rank musicians, turn him loose on a program of terrific songs, and suddenly you have Crazy Moon.”

– Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz

“…solid and smart… enlivened by the strong musicianship and good choice of material.”

– Richard Kamins, Step Tempest

“Why did someone with so much talent wait so long between releases? But he’s back now, and that should make jazz vocalist fans happy.”

– Michael Doherty’s Jazz Log

“[Miller] lets his fine sense of taste lead the way whether in the song stack, choice of sidemen and arrangements or attitude and vibe in general.”

– Chris Spector, Midwest Music Review

“April Fooled Me” allows us to relax into Miller’s tender voice where the lyrics are served with a lovely emotional plea and a bit of heartbreak. I think it’s one of my favorites, and Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields would be pleased to hear their composition so aptly delivered.”

– Mary Bogue, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

“When Miller tries to float over Nelson’s beguiling piano notes in “April Fooled Me,” a true showcase of a vocalist’s talent, he surprises you. His lows are smooth, his highs are heartbreakingly real.”

– Carol Banks Weber, AXS

“(Miller’s) tone is well balanced and warm… A solid outing by a solid vocalist.”

– C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz

“….as sharp as a shark skin suit…”

– George W. Harris – Jazz Weekly