'Pour a jigger of Bill Evans and a shot of Christian McBride into a shaker with a dash of sweet vermouth, stir and strain into a cocktail glass, now ease back and sip a heady mix of the Jenny Wilson Duo.  Listeners thirsty for new currents in post-bop and new wave jazz will find a fresh elixir in this finely crafted pairing of piano and upright bass.' - A.S. Gintzler, Writer at Large

'The region’s most consistently entertaining and engaging jazz ensemble. They are pros who know how to connect with their audience.' - WV Jazz Society

'Cool and intelligent' - Cadence Jazz Magazine

'Our audience loved The Jenny Wilson Trio.  I hope to have many more opportunities to work with these talented musicians!' - Robert Moore, Visual and Performing Arts Manager - Tamarack

'Exquisite' - Monongalia Arts Center

'The Jenny Wilson Trio far exceeded our expectations with their performances, and the way they engaged the audience.  Top notch, professional performers who clearly love their jazz. Their enthusiasm and respect for their music is infectious.' - Kurt Barkley, Executive Director - The Arts Center, Elkins, WV

'Jenny and Nathan's performance at Arts Monongahela created an intimate connection with their audience.  The dynamic and emotional Jazz experience was riveting.' - Charlie Sims, Arts Monongahela Board Member

'A voice rich with nuance' - St. Gallertagblatt-Switzerland

'Facile and freewheeling interplay, lyrical and lively, the delicacy of a hummingbird' - Portland Press Herald

'Jenny's compositions are relevant and evocative of her West Virginia roots.' - Benoit Glazer - music director for Cirque de Soleil’s La Nouba

‘Spellbinding, honest, and introspective - Jenny and Nathan Wilson deliver a musical performance that feels like spun gold, light to the touch, but magical and luminous with delicate intensity.’ - Robin Meloy Goldsby - author, composer, Steinway Artist

‘Love this thoughtful and lyrical music from the spirit of Jenny and Nathan Wilson.’ - Bob Thompson – pianist for NPR’s Mountain Stage

‘This is not an album of tired bluesy cliches, but instead offers a thoughtful set of pieces exquisitely rendered in musical watercolors and pastels, Recommended’ - David Kane - pianist/reviewer for Cadence Magazine

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