DownBeat Magazine (March 2020)
By Yoshi Keto
Switching between originals, r&b favorites and jazz standards, Steele’s set was a study in contrasts and dynamics. Bill Withers’ “Grandma’s Hands” was transformed from an intimate anthem at its beginning to a near-whispered prayer. “Gone Under,” originally Steele’s collaboration with Snarky Puppy, got the seated crowd gyrating in their chairs.
"Steele’s confidence and showmanship are commendable, and proves through this collection of catchy, spirited songs, it’s only a matter of time before she fully rises."
– Rachel Weiss, Elmore Magazine
- Chris Steffen, All Music
- Soul Bounce