I watched Lorraine recently singing songs from her CD "We'll Meet Again.” The grace and tenderness with which she handles songs like “A Nightingale Sang In Berkely Square” can melt the ice cubes in your drink.” - Jim Gordon

— Film and Music Critic CTV Vancouver Lifestyles Magazine

Lorraine Foster mastered her craft where many of the legendary vocalists of the big band era found their inspiration. Working with a coterie of musicians in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver has given her the ability to know how to deal with both the music and the words... Rhythm is her business and the handiwork of Gershwin, Ellington, Roger and Hart is given her tender loving care as she acquits herself with her usual distinction. “Live at the Alma” is an album you will want to keep handy to play again and again.” - Dal Richards

— Big Band Leader, CBC Radio, First inductee into the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame.

Foster is a mellow voiced straight ahead vocalist who enjoys strong backing from Miles Black on piano, Rene Worst on bass and Oliver Gannon on guitar. 'Compositions By Musicians' has a nicely relaxed feeling that immediately draws your attention and holds it. The folks in Vancouver are lucky to have a quality singer like Lorraine Foster in their midst.” - Joe Lang

— Jersey Jazz, New York