The Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Maybe – The Broadsway….The ‘Broads’ are back – and this time it is with bells on – Christmas bells that is.”                               Cashbox Magazine Canada – Read full review

Toronto’s Broadsway To Record Live CD At Jazz Bistro Tonight …It’s beginning to look a lot like Broadsway!”
Broadwayworld – Read full review

We are all music’s children …June’s children Diane Leah, Julie Michels, Heather Bambrick – Broadsway.”
The Wholenote – Read full review

Them Broads still got it … Charming, witty, and sometimes raunchy, never once do the Broads allow their floor show to outshine the music.”
The Jazz Brat’s Blog Page – Read full review

The neon lights are bright on Broadsway … The Broads are happy to be broads but don’t call them divas.”
My Gay Toronto – Read full review

Broadsway can seemingly do anything … balancing the wild spontaneity of a given moment with years of friendship, there will never be another Broadsway.”
The Wholenote – Read full review

“If there’s a Juno for Unlikely Success Story of the Year, Broadsway could get it.”
Toronto Star – Read full review

“These Broads are doing it their way … on this highly enjoyable debut album.” – Read full review

“Diane’s clever and witty arrangements on “Old Friends” are imaginative and energetic.  Julie and Heather’s voices … are glorious in harmony … ” – Read full review

“Leah’s fresh and intriguing arrangements provided the perfect structure for Bambrick’s crystal-clear soprano and Michel’s rich, powerful alto.” – Read full review

“A great CD with the indefatigable vocals of three beauties:  Heather, Julie, and Diane.” – Read full review

“Broadsway truly does have something for everyone.” – Read full review



“As a singer, I just want to sit there and hear something that makes me say:  ‘I couldn’t do that!’ Well, I said that to myself more than once while watching Broadsway.  Nothing makes me happier than to hear wonderful arrangements (kudos to Diane Leah!) sung with aplomb and personality!  All three were there in spades!  A fun filled top notch musical evening.”
– Louise Pitre,  Dora Mavor Moore Award-winning / Tony-nominated actress

“Performing timeless, popular music from the American Songbook, memorable classics from NYC’s fabulous theatrical stages, and so much more … here come three uber-talented females, and ‘Broadsway’ is their name!  Delightful, delirious, touching, tender, eclectic, funny, smart, and always entertaining!  A night you definitely don’t want to miss!”
– Ann Lough, Food & Drink Magazine

“Likely the only group in the world to perform Puccini, Lady Gaga and Thelonious Monk in the same set, Broadsway can do seemingly anything.  Balancing the wild spontaneity of a given moment with years of friendship, there will never be another Broadsway.”
– Ori Dagan, Award-winning vocalist / music critic, Whole Note Magazine

“Heather, Julie and Diane have the kind of musical connection that makes magic. With those amazing voices and Diane’s arranging and playing skills these 3 powerhouse ladies make one super entertaining show filled with humor, passion and smarts. Do yourself a favor and make sure you catch Broadsway bringing down the house”!
– Micah Barnes, vocalist / former member of Juno award-winner ensemble The Nylons


Fabulous – original, enjoyable, and entertaining.  I highly recommend it!

“Absolutely fabulous – they are each in their own right fabulously talented, funny, creative, and all around great women.  Don’t ask – just see it!”  (E.G.)

“Three lovely ladies having the time of their lives with talent for days.  So fun!”  (S.H.)

“The hottest new trio in Jazz since Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross!”  (E.K.)

“Nevermind Curly, Larry, and Moe – this is my favourite trio … and there’s not a ‘stooge’ among them.   Incredible talent and fun – absolute joy to watch and listen to.  Love, love, love these ladies!”  (S.H.)

“’Broadsway’ takes us on a journey through humour, history, “herstory” and musical / vocal magic.  Most of all, it takes us on a journey to the soul and makes those little hairs on the back of your neck stand up and listen!  Bravo!”  (S.C.)