photo: Emma Norman
Willa Mamet is blessed with a rich, warm, emotionally-packed, intimate voice. Her interpretations of other peoples’ songs are breathtaking. But it’s her own deeply felt and insightful songwriting and fearless, funny stage presence that has her star rising in an early evening sky.
The hauntingly beautiful voice reminiscent of Edie Brickell and Judy Collins’ in a sweet and handsome Butch Package of contemporary queer singer-songwriter bliss that I call Will.