The White Hots reviews

“The White Hots are to blues what the Modern Jazz Quartet was to jazz: intelligent, open-minded and swinging. These are four true musicians who know how to listen, how to play and how to have a great time doing both.”
Jason Crane, station manager
Jazz radio 90.1 WGMC

“The White Hots are simply wonderful to dance to! Great rhythms & tempos, inspired set lists. But there’s nothing simple about them or their music, there’s cool stuff going on at every level. I find myself exclaiming to my partner — ‘Did you hear that?’ They make you really want to listen to the music, and be as creative as they are. And that is not a bad thing for dancing, is it?”
Richard Newman, creative director
Rochester Swing Dance Network

“Each [White Hot] is a musician’s musician, having earned their bones in any number of jazz and blues groups in the area over the last 30-odd years.”
Frank DeBlase, music reviewer
City Newspaper, February 16, 2005

Live at the Little sounds like an evening of hangin’ with Gypsy-jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt at a Paris café between the world wars.”
Jeff Spevak, music reviewer
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, November 20, 2002

“The White Hots give new meaning to the term which usually means a favorite Rochester food. Nothing frantic — gentle music.”
Isobel Neuberger
WXXI radio

“The White Hots groove. The White Hots sound beautiful. Live at the Little is a slick collection of material performed with virtuosity and nonchalance...Live at the Little is a perfect soundtrack for wining, dining, dancing, and romancing.”
Frank DeBlase, music reviewer
City Newspaper, November 20-26, 2002

“The White Hots have been sizzling at their weekly Monday night stint at the Little Theatre Café and made a great decision in getting it down on record.”
Michelle Picardo, music reviewer
FREETIME Magazine, November 13-27, 2002.