"Laura is one of the very best…" Pete Seeger
"impressive poetic gifts" Bob Sherman, NEW YORK TIMES/WFUV PUBLIC RADIO
"Airwaves Top 10" The Phoenix
"A rich resonant voice weaving traditional, ethnic and contemporary threads into intelligent, literate songs." Richard Fox, WCUW
"Laura can belt out a song with the best singers on the circuit… 'Hold On' is the kind of conversation that is rarely heard except around a kitchen table late at night." Vic Heyman,SINGOUT! Magazine
"Whether it's an ode to the infamous Gowanus Canal or to the fabulous adventures of a retarded woman named Annie, Laura Wetzler paints portrait like nobody else." WORTV/UPN Network
"…folk music is alive and well…[her} ode to anticensorship will have you running out to contribute money to the nearest NEA-banned artist.
Martha Southgate, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
"A consummate performer with a powerful, yet refined voice. She brings a wealth of knowledge of traditional styles to her own finely crafted songs. A terrific evening." Richard Cuccaro FAST FOLK/Acoustic Live NYC
"In a time of renewed interest in traditional music there are only a handful of singers who can really perform the enormously sophisticated and varied styles from around the world. Laura is one who is keeping the flame alive-an amazingly gifted singer, songwriter and ethnic folklorist.
David Amram, Composer/Conductor
"Almost the entire singer/songwriter definition can be found here with examples of each. She can project folk, folk-rock, blues world music and Americana. But even more than the breadth of style, which she cavorts around with smooth transitions, is the warm feeling she brings to every genre touched upon. Those whose view of folk music is a single musician on a stage with an acoustic guitar will really have their sense broadened with this disc." FACE THE MUSIC
"From the rousing soul-folk opener 'Hold On' singer-songwriter Laura Wetzler grabs a listener and won't let go. Her songs veer from state of the art acoustic-pop to jazz shuffle to country driven two steps to world beat influenced originals… intimate portraits and song poems, including one with lyrics by Maya Angelou. Best of all is Wetzler's voice, which boasts a colorful expressive range from pretty, whispery smooth to jazzy, sexy rasp.
Seth Rogovoy Berkshire Eagle/WAMC PUBLIC RADIO
"riveting talent" John Stifler, Daily Hamphire Gazette
"superb concert" Provincetown Magazine
"hauntingly beautiful" Radio Montreal
"beautiful voice, wonderful songs" Johnny Memphis, WRSI
"Laura's song writing is superb and her words continue to come back to you when you least expect it. With each new play it reaches me from a different level; I hear new sounds and end up with a new favorite song." Howard Stern, Uptown Concerts NYC
"In a world populated with love songs [her} work stands alone…
Sheryl Hunter The Recorder 
"Laura Wetzler was a real find for me-a clear soaring voice, exceptionally compelling." New Directions, NYC