ADRIENNE MORGAN HAMMOND
New York Times:
"...Adrienne Morgan Hammond, a jazz singer and former dancer who now directs a Choir called Jambalaya. With a laugh she said: "Blacks say, `You're taking our work´, and Germans say `Gospel singing's in the blood´. But I say, `I'm here to change the world´." At an outdoor concert in Bonn, around the corner from Beethoven´s birth place, Jambalaya rocked the venerable Rathaus Markt Platz with a gospel version of "Ode to Joy".... Adrienne and Jambalaya moved several hundred onlookers, Turks and Africans as well as Germans, to clap with the right emphasis..."
Los Angeles Times:
"… Adrienne Morgan (Hammond) represents voodoo medicine, and her silence is strong."
Orange Coast Daily Pilot:
"Adrienne Morgan (Hammond) is eerily effectivein a wordless role as Halley's right-hand aide, and her voodoo dance ...is properly
"She is a knockout."
Cologne City Announcer (Kölner Stadtanzeiger):
„The star of the evening was most certainly Adrienne Morgan Hammond, whose solo performance completely facinated and capitvated the audince."
„Adrienne Morgan Hammond captured the audience with the sheer joy and vivacity she poured across the footlights...."
Cologne Express (Kölner Express):
"Adrienne is an improvisational sensation!"