“This is phenomenal.” – Marco Collins on ‘Outside The Lines’
“Very talented.” – Cheryl Waters, KEXP
“Without a doubt, Tae Phoenix will be the one that future artists look to when starting their music careers.” – Guerrilla Candy (May 5, 2014)
“Her tremendous singing stands out consistently.” – Blues Magazine (March 17, 2014)
“Damn…what a voice! A phenomenal talent.” – NWCZ Radio Tacoma (March 16, 2014)
“‘Outside the Lines’ is a…true masterpiece…Tae Phoenix is not just another entertainer. She is a superb remarkable voice.” – John Vlachogiannis, Poping Cherry (March 6, 2014)
“Wow! … I don’t even know what to say. That was phenomenal! ” – Marty Riemer (2/28/14). Performance is at 47 minutes into the show.
“Beautiful vocals…exemplifies elaborate and educated songwriting.” – Woodbangers (2/3/14)
“Tae Phoenix is a supremely talented, eloquent and sassy chanteuse from Seattle in the USA…[She] totally blew us away with her expert piano playing and formidable vocals. If you missed this memorable session, you can enjoy it in full right here.” – David Durant, Brooklands Radio (June 20, 2013).
“Her thoughts are so specific, interesting and unique! … A musical brilliance!” – John Vlachogiannis, Poping Cherry (Dec 30, 2012)
“I was impressed, so impressed that a couple of months later her self-release, “Rise,” is still in regular rotation in the CD player in my car. Yes, her songwriting and her performance is that good. Her piano-based music is an eclectic blend of pop and rock with touches of folk, jazz and other stylings. Her lyrics are powerful, wise and moving. Phoenix can be compared to Tori Amos, Alanis Morissette, Fiona Apple, Jewel and other female vocalists noted for their balance of strength and vulnerability, yet she clearly shines with her own signature sound and talent. ” – Naughty Mickie, DaBelly Magazine (Sep 01, 2012)
“Tae Phoenix’s lush voice and well-crafted lyrics combined with her piano prowess may have her on a path to stardom. The Seattle singer/songwriter has recently self-released her third album, “Rise,” which is wooing critics and fans alike.” – Michelle J. Mills, Pasadena Star-News (Aug 06, 2012)
“Diverse in sound and scope, Phoenix is a much different cup of musical coffee than her fellow Seattle brethren. More indie pop and soul with modern jazz than Nirvana or Foo Fighters, Phoenix’s songs are deep and her voice booms the message across loud and clear.” – Patrick Hinkley Jr., ReviewFix (Jun 09, 2012)