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Dayna Kurtz and Robert Maché   

James Reed of the Boston Globe called Dayna Kurtz’s Rise and Fall   “… a soulful exorcism of longing.”  I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Dayna Kurtz is the most compelling singer you’re probably not listening to… We hold Kurtz’s music close to our chest, as if she were our own discovery before telling everyone we know how sublime she is. “ 

Steve Hochman (LA Times, Offbeat) “Lulu and the Broadsides, though, has taken Kurtz to new dimensions. The songs are inspired and superb, whether the juke-joint jump of the opening “That’s a Pretty Good Love,” originally a mid-’50s B-side by Big Maybelle, or in Kurtz’s own compositions.”  

John Swenson of Offbeat Magazine wrote “She’s a singer/songwriter with the forthrightness of a farm girl and the wiles of a New York cabaret veteran, a superb vocalist and a deft painter of emotions with simple, effective strokes….Kurtz has total mastery of the dynamics of ballad singing. She brings the kind of substance to her vocals characteristic of a great gospel singer.” 

 Dayna Kurtz has achieved such distinctions as being named Female Songwriter of the Year by the National Academy of Songwriters. She’s played the Celebrate Brooklyn FestivalNew Orleans Jazz and Heritage FestivalFrench Quarter Festival, Primavera Sound Festival (Barcelona) and Lincoln Center.   Norah Jones (with whom she recorded a duet) and Bonnie Raitt have raved about her in interviews, she’s performed on such high-profile radio shows as World Cafe,Mountain Stage and NPR’s Morning Edition. In 2018, Offbeat magazine (New Orleans) nominated Dayna/Rise and Fall for 5 Best of the Beat awards, including best songwriter and album of the year, and in 2022 Lulu and the Broadsides debut album was nominated for 4, including album of the year.