Merry Christmas (new album) Press
Liz Mc Comb on CNews Tv :
Liz Mc Comb in the New York Times:

Liz McComb: ‘Merry Christmas’ (GVE/The Orchard) 
The singer and pianist Liz McComb, originally from Cleveland, has been an emissary of American gospel, living in Paris for the last three decades. Her Christmas album places intimate voice-and-piano showcases, like “Silent Night” and a bilingual version of a French carol, “Il Est Né, le Divin Enfant,” alongside band performances that span jazz ballads (“The Christmas Song”) and tambourine-driven gospel (“Joy to the World”). In every setting, her voice is soulful and forthright. J. P.
Liz Mc Comb in Down Beat :              4 stars
Better known in Europe than in the States,Liz McComb sings the carols and spirituals on her album Merry Christmas with a conviction rooted in her experience growing up in an African-American church. Her supple, limber voice conveys not  only religious devotion but also the more secular warmth of the season, equally persuasive on “When Was Jesus Born?” and “The Christmas Song.” No stranger to jazz and  blues, McComb is a skilled pianist, and her accompanists furnish guitar, drums, percussion, organ and additional piano.