Quotes from the Santa Barbara Independent

"Acoustic alt-rocker blends girl power and introspective songwriting to create a sound that’s all her own."

"Green has a powerful voice that brings an edge to her equally powerful lyrics about politics, women’s issues, love, existence, sex, and spirituality; think Alanis Morissette, Tori Amos and Fiona Apple’s dreadlocked lovechild."                                                                                                                                  
"Green is as multi-faceted as her songs let on. In front of her backing band, she wails like a young Alanis at her most jaded. And playing solo, she is as pensive as her lyrics are thought-provoking, singing tunes that are empowering, reflective, and obviously coming from the heart."

Quotes from other music publications...

“...hooks, dynamics, point of view...voice that resonates...coupled with thoughtful lyrics...a winning combination...Green is a soulful thinker” 
(Music Connection)

“On record, the craft and accessibility of Green’s music is on display—in person, she simply adds flame to the stew, and the result is a rockin’ great time!” (Pasadena Weekly)

"My Crime displays this red-haired siren as a singer-songwriter who is the real deal.”   (Entertainment Today)

“Jamie Green has put out another self-released album that slays a lot of the competition from the bigger names and labels….  People will compare her to Tori Amos, Alanis Morissette and Melissa Etheridge, but she more than stands on her own, forging a lightly funk-based style that relies on good old-fashioned handcrafted melodies and hooks to draw the listener in.”
(Entertainment Today)

“In addition to the resolute strength she displayed onstage, Green exhibited another attribute that may very well be the biggest reason for her ever-increasing word-of-mouth recognition: a genuine zest for performing”   (Campus Circle)

“The well-crafted tunes that make up this meaningful release are warm and vibrant.  Each song reflects the lovely chanteuse’s charming brand of contemporary pop that is all together folky, funky, melancholy, and soulful.  Jamie is a woman who is not afraid to bare her soul, and she draws strength from every secret revealed in her confessional lyrics, which don’t just empower the artist but also empower the listener as well.  All in all, Jamie Green’s Truce is a truly rewarding musical treat. (BITE ME! ‘zine)

If you like Alanis Morissette and Sheryl Crow, you’ll love Jamie Green.” 
(Los Angeles Independent)

" TRUCE contains 13 tracks that will tug at your heart while making you want to dance and/or hold someone close.”
(No Ho > LA Magazine)

Miscellaneous quotes from various Los Angeles publications...

"a smooth, entertaining combination of beauty and strength"

"packed with powerful writing, vocals, musicianship"

"often prowling the stage, she is a striking figure"

"riveting, incisive lyrics"

"on-the-edge confessionalism"

"an exercise in inventive artistry"

 “her collection of songs comes together like an issue of Best American Short Stories”

“Green’s biggest asset is her powerful voice which falls somewhere between the styles of Alanis Morissette and Fiona Apple”

“even the folks lingering in the back of the room couldn't help but get sucked into her rapture"­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­