"They play exactly the kind of soulful, often rowdy, jazz I love."
- blue speckled pup, bluespeckledpup.com
"Peters was clear on the audience’s participation. He asked for sing-a-longs, caused laughs and even invited audience members to get up and dance. “I play music to connect with people,” he said. “If I’m not doing that I feel like I’m missing out on something integral to what music is about.”"
- Amber Midgley, The Globe (Salt Lake Community College)
"The opening performance by the Jesse Peters Trio had the crowd begging for more. From their opening Jazz numbers to their closing R&B and Hip Hop vibes they had the audience in the palm of their hands."
- Tourism Harrison, Tourism Harrison Blog
"His voice is old-school smooth and soulful — think Tony Bennett or Frank Sinatra — and his sonic arrangements are supple and intricate without being too busy."
- Sandra Sperounes, Edmonton Journal
"Mature, assured, and always with a pocketful of soul, this Brother Ray meets Jamie Cullum release marks another most welcome facet of a very talented musician."
- Monica Miller, CKUA Radio
"The style and flair of this young cat, coupled with a polished songwriting sense, ensures that we’ll be hearing an awful lot about Jesse Peters if there’s any justice in the world."
- Jordan Richardson, blogcritics
"Who knew that the E-Town of Edmonton, renowned for its frigid winters, could be home to such smoking hot jazz? That’s right, JAZZ. Hepcat Jesse Peters croons and tickles the ivories in a classic trio alongside bass and drums, but his lyrics are as contemporary as they come - And downright awesome to boot!"
- Gilles Leblanc, Alan Cross: Professional Music Geek (music blogger)