Christopher Hale, recognized as “one of the most unique and respected musicians in Australia” (Glam Adelaide), writes a beautiful review of Intertwined. Click here to read the review! -- "Wertz is operating with a literate and studious harmonic knowledge, and a refreshing clarity of sound free from the imitative mannerisms that dog many jazz vocalists." Dodie Miller-Gould from Lemonwire writes, "So much happens on “Intertwined” in an understated way that it requires repeated listening sessions to fully appreciate what’s happening in these two young, award-winning artists’ collaboration. Listeners are invited into the singer’s thoughts and invited to examine their own." Richard B. Kamins from Step Tempest writes, "Throughout the program, one can hear how much time the musicians spent exploring the songs, moving away from cliched performances into interpretations that are more personal. That's what audiences usually want ... If the emotions are honest, the music has power."
Carmel DeSoto from Jazz Music Archives writes, "Unlike many of her contemporaries there is truth in her voice. It’s not prattled with theatrics, or acrobatics, hers is a voice that just speaks through beauty."
Ron Weinstock from In a Blue Mood writes, "This collaboration is a delightful, lovely recording of standards and originals that is ultimately full of charm." Dick Metcalf from Contemporary Fusion Reviews writes, "Many of the jazz vocalists I listen to for review here have no idea about getting truly intimate with the listener, but Danielle has a talent like few others in this arena."