Reviewers have compared Jessica's singing voice to Peggy Lee, Chris Connor, k.d. lang and even Chet Baker. She has sung in concert from Lincoln Center to Carnegie Hall, and has had the great honor of performing at the Montreal Jazz festival. Jessica has performed annually at Feinstein’s at the Regency with husband John Pizzarelli, and in 2005 made her critically acclaimed solo debut at the Oak Room at the Algonquin hotel in New York.

Stars of Cabaret
"Ms Molaskey has a quality of being able to sound
like she's laughing and crying at the same time"

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- Stephen Holden


Cabaret Reviews

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"wonderful new cabaret show at the Oak Room"

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CD Reviews

Jessica Molaskey's fourth solo CD Sitting in Limbo was described by  Steven Holden of the New York Times as "... a profound pop-jazz album that connects traditional American pop with the present in a way that has never been done before. "
Jessica Molaskey’s third solo CD Make Believe was given an “A” ranking and called “wondrous” by the Philadelphia Daily News on its first day out.
Her debut CD, Pentimento, was proclaimed one of the top five entertainment records by for 2002.
Jonathan Schwartz of National Public Radio called it Pentimento “The best cd of the year.”
Show Business Weekly called her second solo CD, A Good Day, “the best female vocal CD of 2003”.

Town & Country Magazine, June 2006

Jessica Molaskey in the Oakroom at the Algonguin

The New York Times reviews the First Family of Cool at Feinstein's! - The Siegels' Nightlife Notes - Hip, Cool, and Classy

Playbill News: ON THE RECORD: I Had a Ball and Jessica Molaskey's “Good Day”

Review of A Good Day at

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