"There is a renaissance of the Great
American Song and its name is Myro"
- Leslie Piper, KBBF, Coherent Power
MYRO's voice and material have a certain
- Ben Sidran, Jazz Scholar/Producer/Performer
"MYRO's got great talent. He's going
- Jud Snyder, KJAZ, The Cotati Jazz
"Wonderful storytelling. I love the
images and vocal poetry. Very
evocative vocal...unique vocal sound. The humor is welcome in a
traditionally serious medium. There is a slice of life lesson in poetry
and verse that I enjoyed immensely."
- Jeff Weber, multi-grammy Jazz Producer
"Great style and great songwriting"
- Bruce Latimer, the Bruce Latimer Show
"All his songs were lyrically bouncy and
he delivered them with expressive facial gestures....Myro plays
guitar in a unique jazz style...Myro is Cool! "
-Jim "Mr. Music" Corbett, President, Sonoma County Music Association
"The Bob Dylan of Jazz."
- Debby Meagher, Coffee Catz
"Myro comes across as the urbane and
witty Mose Allison of contemporary Latin music. Accompanied by the
splendidly named Moonlight Mirror Orchestra, Myro shows that he is a
master of quirky ballads like "You Here Now", "Now There Is You" (with
its splendid trombone break), "La Barba de Juan Carlos" and the title
track. His original songs ought to appeal to admirers of Allison or
Randy Newman as they project a wry irony that revels in the bittersweet
wisdom of experience from the funk of "Help Me Be Untrue" to the slow
blues of "Number Two's Blues".
- Cadence Magazine
" Deep, warm male vocals work their way
over a variety of jazz tracks
performed by the Moonlight Mirror Orchestra. Songs are generally soft
and jazzy, with a few splashes of Avant-Garde madness"