Yvette Landry has the kind of voice that can get grown men into trouble, and make adult women follow her into dangerous places. She is seductive without playing the diva card, and writes songs that have grits and gravy spread all over them. In Louisiana, where great singers seem to grow on trees, this Southern star-to-be flirts with country, seduces soul and generally plays havoc with our expectations as she concocts a brand new brew of sounds. Always to be treasured and not to be missed. ~Bill Bentley, Bentley’s Bandstand. Released in 2013, 13 tracks.