"Stunning California axe slinger...exhilarating electric blues guitar style..." Modern Guitars
"Fearless and fresh...Morvan plays with plenty of imagination" Vintage Guitar
"Morvan singes the strings" Guitar Player
" Undeniable talent...Morvan captivates as much on vocals
as on guitar"
Jazz & Blues Report
"A fiery, hell-burnin’ set of great tunes"
"The power jumps right out...a very strong recording...'Cures What Ails Ya' says it all"
Big City Blues
"Morvan is a flashy, fast-fingered picker "
"Morvan knows how to wail the blues"
Midwest Record Recap
"Wiry, fiery solos...sweet, soaring voice...Morvan’s lyrics deserve scrutiny"
How could anyone forget the mysterious quality in her voice? Something intangible and not easily identified that makes folks want to holler and shout. Something that makes feet want to move and dance to where they do not care if anyone thinks they are crazy. Shaun Booker can do that to a lot of people. "You know I get goose bumps too," Shaun admits. "So at some point, I'm connecting to someone or something or a whole bunch of people and we all feel it at the same time and it blows my mind every time."
"I think if you have it, it is not arrogant to be confident about it. I want all women especially to feel like they are IT." True to her words, Shaun's primary mission is to lift up her sisters in the crowd by making them feel powerful within themselves as evidenced by her brilliant cover of the old song, 'Wild Women Don't Get the Blues.' It is easy to guage the ladies' approval at that point as they react in a unified show of aerial fist pumps and cheers.
The men in the audience who appreciate strong women are not disappointed either. Shaun Booker offers herself as a cheerleader of sorts for the ladies and a sweet and sassy word of warning to the men. She entertains all equally but makes sure everyone knows who is talking.