October 9, 2010: Rebecca was inducted to the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.  Other inductees: Andy Gilbert, Kevin Burke, Tim Hardin, Linda Hornbuckle, Mike Quinn, Les Sarnoff, Denny Bixby Peter Dammann, Black 'N Blue.


July 2, 2010: The Rebecca Kilgore Quartet (the artists formerly known as BED) received a rave review from Michael Steinman on his blog, Jazz Lives, regarding the new CD, "Yes, Indeed!"  It's a wonderful blog, updated daily.  For the review click here.


RK and PDXV (Portland Jazz Quintet) performance reviewed on Doug Ramsey's Rifftides blog.


"Why Fight The Feeling?" was reviewed in JazzTimes January/February 2009 issue   See: JazzTimes.

"Among discerning interpreters of jazz standards, Rebecca Kilgore is in the same exalted league as Dianne Reeves and Diana Krall." — Christopher Loudon


"Why Fight The Feeling?" was voted as a "BEST OF 2008"  in the "Honorable Mention - Best New Release 2008" category of AllAboutJazz-New York.  Web:


Rebecca has a new release on Arbors Records:

-- Why Fight The Feeling: The Songs of Frank Loesser with Dave Frishberg on piano

All About Jazz lists the new CD in its Recommended New Listening, November 2008

Rebecca is written up in Scott Yanow's new book, published October 2008:

-- The Jazz Singers: The Ultimate Guide

Rebecca Kilgore on NPR's Fresh Air with Terry Gross – Listen.


Rebecca is simply one of the best interpreters of The Great American Songbook. She has a gorgeous voice and has a deep connection with every song she touches. In a world of pretenders, she's absolutely the real thing. I love what she does!

- Michael Feinstein

Becky sings with a beautiful clear sound, a great sense of time and swing, and a heartfelt unpretentiousness.

- Dave Frishberg

If Benny Goodman were alive today, he'd hire Becky to sing in his band.

- Bucky Pizzarelli

Rebecca Kilgore is the quintessential jazz singer. I look forward to every opportunity to work with her....every time is a real occasion!

- John Sheridan

Becky is one of my favorite singers, and one of my greatest recent pleasures was presenting her in concert on Fresh Air.

- Terry Gross, host of National Public Radio's Fresh Air