Bermuda Parliament Commendation

The Bermuda Parliament passed a resolution commending songwriter Lynda Lovett and vocalist Gita Blakeney for their contributions to Bermuda music, on the occasion of the release of their Christmas in Bermuda cd, as moved by the honorable Dale D. Butler, M.P and Minister of Community Affairs. December 2004

Mid Ocean News:

Lynda Barnes Lovett “is absolutely brilliant (and I do mean incredibly talented) keyboard player/chanteuse and she was totally responsible for the huge success that the later morning/afternoon/evening [party from 11am to midnight] turned out to be. We congregated around the keyboard to sing. This went on for hours. By this stage, every single girlie had let her down her hair to its fullest extent and it was time to really get down and party and to let the east end of Front Street know there was a major concert in progress.” Mid Ocean News , Dec. 19, 2003, by Sharleen Wilson Carr.

The Royal Gazette

Lynda Barnes Lovett has “no trouble overlaying spoofy, wine and drinking-related lyrics to familiar tunes as well as writing her own songs on topics people relate to.” Her CD, Party With No Fear, “is a must for all party animals, and her pull-no-punches lyrics of Don’t Hold a Grudge drive the message home and make people laugh.” The Royal Gazette, October 15, 2003, by Nancy Acton.

Also, see article, “New Christmas CD.” The Royal Gazette, December 15, 2005, by Rene Hill.

Bermuda Sun:

“Musician Lynda Barnes Lovett [found] topics everyone could enjoy. Song arrangements are performed by 25 musicians and 15 vocalists” which resulted in her CD, Party with No Fear , which “is a must for all party animals who like having a good time.” Bermuda Sun, October 17, 2003, by Eloisa Mayers.

“Songwriter Lynda Lovett and singer Gita Blakeney, two accomplished solo artists, teamed up for a new [Christmas] CD, featuring the title song on the CD, Christmas in Bermuda, which was written by Lovett and sung by Blakeney, a wonderful way to love and celebrate Bermuda.” Bermuda Sun, December 1, 2004, by Leah Furbert.”

Fan comments about her romantic ballads:

“The lyrics say all the things I want for my own life and haven’t really found”
“Your melodies carry each and every word straight to the heart of all emotional beings”
“I can’t stop singing and thinking about these songs”