When singer KT Sullivan and pianist Mark Nadler played the legendary Oak Room at NYC's Algonquin Hotel, The New York Times called them "ferociously entertaining," and "two dizzy throwbacks to old-time show business archetypes (who) join forces to become the Oddest Couple of Cabaret. Both have flourishing solo careers. She's a perpetually fading comic bombshell, a Marilyn manqué who ambulates with a wide-eyed jiggle while wielding an improbable semi-operatic soprano. He's a frenzied, piano-banging, jabbering encyclopedia of show business lore who suggests a Frankenstein-like resurrection of Al Jolson, wired from head to toe with the voltage turned to high. When they pool their zaniness, the dessert they cook up suggests an angel food cake spiked with double espresso." And Rex Reed gushed in The New York Observer, "With their voices, her feathers and his piano, they can take this act to the moon... Satisfaction guaranteed."