I was blown away by Beth Duncan’s song titled “I AM ALL YOURS” for the presence of her voice. It is deeply resonating. It is the first song and the title song on her third album, which is a long-awaited one....Beth’s vocals are outstanding in all the songs on the album such that you feel she is right there singing in front of you.” - Masayuki Koito

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..cue up “Embraceable You”, with voice and bass. It’s happening. http://theentertainmentbankcd.blogspot.com/” - Paul Anderson” - Paul Anderson

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Vocalist Beth Duncan applies her warm, robust contralto to a collection of finely crafted tunes on her long-awaited third album, I’m All Yours, set for a July 24 release on Saccat Records. While the album’s ten tracks are an eclectic bunch, they are all the work of composer and lyricist Martine Tabilio, a friend of Duncan’s for over a decade. Saxophonist-flutist Jacám Manricks provides the arrangements and joins a band led by acclaimed pianist Joe Gilman, and featuring guitarist Steve Homan, bassist Matt Robinson, drummer Rick Lotter, and percussionist Brian Kendrick, to round out the Sacramento singer’s cast of collaborators.

“Comes The Fall” is the award-winning title track of singer Beth Duncan’s second CD.  Possibly the most memorable autumn song since “Autumn Leaves,” the original by Martine Tabilio is romantic, quietly passionate, and a perfect outlet for Ms. Duncan’s very attractive and flexible voice.  “Comes The Fall” could possibly become a standard in the future.  - Scott Yanow, author of ten books including The Jazz Singers, Jazz On Film and Jazz On Record 1917-76

Whether you’d hear her in a concert hall, a hotel bar, or in a recording studio, Duncan defines what singing is all about… 

~John Book /Music Journalist & Producer