THE NEW YORK TIMES (January 2001)
Liz Mc Comb is coming home. The American-born gospel
singer and songwriter, who grew up in Cleveland then
won acclaim in Europe and settled in Paris, is about
to make her Lincoln Center debut.
Having performed in places like Lyon, Athens and London,
Ms McComb will appear on January 6 at 8 in Alice Tully
THE NEW YORK TIMES (January
Weekend / Pop and Jazz Guide
Liz Mc Comb, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, Broadway
at 65th Street. A mezzo pop-gospel singer who grew up
in Cleveland but has lived in Europe for the last 20 years,
Ms. Mc Comb moves from smoothness to Pentecostal abandon
; she has been something of an ambassador in France and
not that well known in her home country. She makes a rare
American appearance tomorrow at 8PM.