"Not only is the music beautifully performed, it is revealed. Music is both personal and social. It sets a tone, defines moments in history and imbues the experiences of our lives.
Through history, music not only describes, it reacts. These women take music spanning four generations and portray the struggles and pride of their African American Heritage and their individual lives.
In turn, the music brings vibrancy to their lives while they bring life to the music. Songs need singers, as much as singers need songs. Through their bond, they find themselves singing each other’s songs while bringing each other’s lives into the music they make together.
This musical offers a number of insights into the lives of these ladies, but the beauty is to hear these ladies pour their hearts out in these songs."— Garrett Buhl Robinson, ASK A NEWYORKER