“A connoisseur's connoisseur of pop-music esoterica,
Mr. Comstock is the truest heir to the much-missed Bobby Short:
a dispenser of cabaret caviar. 
Swinging precision and good-humored warmth … a knack for storytelling …
An unusually insightful interpreter of lyrics …
Meet the new fun couple on the cabaret block. Mr. Comstock and Ms. Fasano are turning the neighborhood into a hotbed of pleasure.”

-- Stephen Holden,The New York Times


“An icon in the making ... erudite ... 
seems to have been born and raised in a cabaret.”

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“Masterful …”

-- Will Friedwald, Wall Street Journal logosm


“Comstock has a voice that flows as smoothly as rye and sweet vermouth over ice,
evoking Chet Baker, Mel Torme and Mark Murphy.”

-- Christopher Loudon, Jazz Times-logosm


“Swinging, artistic and superbly entertaining.”

-- Ira Gitler, Jazz Insidesm


“Comstock has entertainment savvy to match his extensive knowledge of classic pop …
the perfect mix for bringing yesteryear squarely into this year.”

-- K. Leander Williams, time out NY


“Impossibly gifted ... one of the few artists since Sinatra with the depth, intelligence, and chops to do [Rodgers and Hart’s songs] justice.”

-- David Hajdu, EWeekly Logosm


“An extraordinary repertoire.”

-- Terry Gross, National Public Radio’s “Fresh Air”


“The real thing …Hip, daring, confident and dynamic …All in all, he’s a busy little wunderkind …Eric Comstock is keeping a cherished tradition alive for a new generation.”

-- Rex Reed, nyo-logosm


"A walking encyclopedia of The Great American Songbook, Comstock's infectious delivery
is chock-full of wittiness and warmth."

-- Sheila Anderson, WBGO Jazz 88 and HOTHOUSE JAZZ


“A fascinating evening of story and song … Comstock is very smart, very witty and very much in love with his material … By the time his set is up, you’ll be a little bit in love with him, too …”

 -- Kathy Janich, Atlanta Journal Constitution


“Superb and breathtaking …”

-- Andrew Patner, chicago sun times


“A rare performer …Comstock is the real thing, a singer of sophisticated
charm and easy, winning ways to make a lyric sing.”

-- Octavio Roca, San Francisco Chronicle