“MORE THAN A SOAP OPERA”
KINDAKINKS.COM Rob Pierson:
“The eight-piece band, lead by Gail Lou (who also played a convincing Mrs. Skoll) was very tight and really gave the show the energy it needed to tell the story.”
“DOUBT, A PARABLE”
SUBURBANITE ENTERTAINMENT Thom Molyneaux:
“Vincent Sagoria and Gail Lou have a lot more leeway to breathe full, complex humanity into their characters. And indeed they do!...Gail Lou, brings a wonderful, down-to-earth, reality to the boy’s mother, and simply steals the most surprising scene in the play.”
TALKING BROADWAY.COM, NJ Bob Rendell:
“The most polished performance is that of Gail Lou. She is regally dotty as the Queen (Ludwig's mother) and most amusing as Natalie, a stereotypical culture vulture, New York Jewish matron.”
Alex Ferrazzi: "Bobby D'Ambrosio"
Bobby D’Ambrosio is a man of many talents. In 2002 Bobby completed his album enti- tled “ Here I Am ”; A garage-style sound Co Produced by Shawn Lucas with vocal col- laborations by Michelle Weeks, Kellie Sae, Alishia Hill, CJ, Ronell Bey, Davidson Ospina and Gail Lou...
“LIGHT AND SWEET: AN AMERICAN TEA OPERA" -CD
CATSASK online magazine, 4 out 5 STARS:
“Gail Lou got her professional start in the Off-Broadway hit musical 'Mama I Want To Sing' where she portrayed Lena Horne which began her string of rave reviews. She con- tinues to get the love of us all with her beautiful delivery of "Bring Love to Get Love".
Leading us to times when a true voice reigned Miss Lou is truly a cut above...Skattin' it up with authority she got the goods! To the heart, soul is given on time, one time, and having Gail Lou in your "I need love" collection is a must. This lady exudes sexy. Her voice is truly a gift and it is totally apparent that she understands this deeply.
I loved all of her tracks and hope she is gracious enough to send all of her endeavors our way. Gail Lou I am truly happy to have been blessed by your music. Sing your song Girl!”