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Still Still Still

Still Still Still"Her well-chosen offerings are pluperfect, starting with the impeccable production value of the recording itself... A pristine collection of holiday songs that sound like classics from another era... It all celebrates the holiday spirit in the best way—at a time when it is needed most... It’s all about as perfect as a Christmas album can be... This recording is the definition of collaboration at its finest."
Cabaret Scenes Magazine Novemeber 2017

 "Rebecca--who has an extraordinarily big singing range uses exquisite restraint and sings in her toasty, warm lower range--always in the service of whatever songs she has chosen to sing on this beautiful CD...After listening to this CD, you feel like you're the luckiest person in the world for having heard it...The artistry between the two of them is magnificent. You simply cannot tell when one stops, and the other takes over--it is that seamless."
Phil Hall, Broadway Conducor/Musical Director/Composer/Arranger


S'Wonderful at Musical Theatre West

“S’ Wonderful benefits enormously from its cast of some of L.A.’s most gifted triple threats. Spencer (recently The Music Man’s scene-stealing Eulalie Shin) reveals the sultriest pipes in town in ‘Summertime’.”  -  StageSceneLA

"Music lovers adore all these songs...and it won't take you long to warm up to these thrilling performers who sing them...Rebecca Spencer so fine as Rosemary. This lady has such a great set of chops, a belter with a deliciously cultured vocal richness." -
Don Grigware, Grigware Reviews 

Phantom - The Las Vegas Spectacular

 "There's lots of talent on display at 'Phantom -- The Las Vegas Spectacular,' but the person I can never stop watching is Rebecca Spencer…The actress gets to show her sensuous side in a new CD, Fair Warning, and it's difficult to believe that this passionate vocal performance comes from the same body and soul as our Madame Giry." - Las Vegas Review-Journal




 Lady Be Good

"There are few songs as shimmeringly, provocatively lovely as George and Ira Gershwin’s ‘The Man I Love’. And this week, you can hear Rebecca Spencer do it solid soprano justice at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. The Lady is good. At Wednesday’s opening, Spencer posed each weeping wistful lyric with such sure-voiced finesse that many of the well-dressed, frequently talkative audience actually shut up and listened."
The Tampa Tribune   Porter Anderson



Fair Warning