What the Press Has To Say:
…Tyler Costin’s Roger and Stephanie St. James’ Mimi are believable as ex-junkie and junkie and their love story is really beautiful. ‘Light My Candle’ is a standout piece.
Jen Jones, Inside-Sonoma.com
Stephanie St. James makes the most of the underwritten Squeak.
Scott Cain, Talkn’ Broadway News and Reviews
In the spirit of the onslaught of talented female artists comes the compelling St. James. Her multipurpose voice and sound is in the same realm as that of Nelly Furtado, Beyonce Knowles and the like. Many tracks on this release are radio and music video ready with a womanly attitude somewhere between comforting and independently strong. She combines the soulful, hip-hop and alternative rock elements of today’s pop music to create engaging songs… With just enough of an edge to this release, the familiarity and catchiness found here should result in quite the experience.
JC, Impact Press
…St. James, very much a poetess and a style that suits her lyrically.
Mike at Life,Soul Promotions London, England
…St. James is someone you can’t stop watching whenever she is on stage.
Kate O’neill, The Lansing Journal
…The showstopper, predictably, comes early in the second act when the bass line kicks in and St. James belts out Let’s Hear it for the Boy.
John Fleming, The Times (Performing Arts Critic)
…St. James who had a beautiful, bluesy soul voice.
Inverness Online, Inverness, Scotland
…As aspiring songbird Squeak, Stephanie St. James is adorable.
Laurence Vittes, The Hollywood Reporter
…St. James is vivacious and bright, with a potent singing voice.
Everett Evans, The Houston Chronicle
…The talented St. James does everything right on this CD! St. James is a potent singer who commands a wide range of vocal styles. Her freshman release is varied and impressive!
Laura T. Lynch, Kweevak News
…Stephanie St. James, who recently left the European tour of Fame, stops the show with “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.
…St. James is a dynamo… bringing the house down with her lead vocal.
David-Edward Hughes, Backstage West
St. James a dynamic young vocalist from California almost stole the show… St. James voice provided the appropriate mood and interludes for most of the sets.
Gerry Gund, Scottish Review, Edinburgh, Scotland