My wife and I caught your late show at the Tilles Center last night - outstanding! Your selection of music as well as your talent made the night memorable. We have seen you in several shows and recently saw your husband in Fiddler on the Roof. Thanks from our family to your family for providing such quality entertainment over the years. Can't wait to see you again!
I like your rendering of the Tea for two song (with Jason Graae) very much. Thank you.
Can you help me with lyrics of your rendition, please? It has unique (it isn't exist in other Tea for Two renditions) verse you sing: "You are revealing a sincere appealing I can't help but feeling for you." And then Jason "Darling I've planed it, can't you understand it, it yours to command it, so do."
I'm not native English speaker and I have some doubts about this line: "You are revealing a sincere appealing I can't help but feeling for you."
Hi Ms Luker
I randomly came across your recording of " All the Things You Are" on youtube and was so deeply touched by the majesty of that rendition-i felt compelled to tell you. Bravo and thank you.
I have only just discovered you and your amazing voice recently and so hope there will be the opportunity to hear you perform on bway or in concert soon! please update your website with any opportunities to do so;
I saw a video of yours on You Tube where you sing "Who" with Mr. Barrett. GREAT. What a great voice you have. Very nice. Better than any current singer around now. If you had been around during the 1940's with your voice I am sure MGM would have placed you in one or more of their musicals.
Looking forward to seeing you in Dayton in 2018 for the Human Race Fundraiser. It's wonderful that you support regional theatre in this way.
Hi Rebecca— Saw you perform on Kennedy Center Honors this evening. You looked & sounded great! So proud of you & your success. We went to Montevallo together for a year or so. You probably don’t remember me from Adam! We were in “Oklahoma” together, and I believe Dr Middaughs musical theatre scenes class. I think maybe Chamber choir also.
I left Montevallo in 1981 for Belmont University in Nashville. I graduated from their commercial music & music business school. I worked as a professional singer & keyboard player for 15 years here.
I believe our mothers know each other from high school, or something like that!
I remember what a stellar talent you were in college! Happy that youve had such great success!
My husbands fathers family came to Iowa from Indiana. We are trying to develop family history. Could you be part of the same Luker family?
Dear Ms. Luker,
I learned of your diagnosis today on Sirius XM's Broadway station. My heart broke. In my opinion, your voice is the purest, most perfect, and most beautiful to have every graced a Broadway stage. As a lyric soprano, I have listened endlessly to all of your cast albums and learn so much from listening to you and your technique. (Your Lily and Fiona cannot be topped!) I also had the pleasure to see you live at the Kennedy Center for your "Greenwich Time" tour.
THANK YOU for sharing your gift and the beauty of your voice. I will be praying for your recovery and that this new drug may be available to you and others suffering from ALS. God is the Great Physician, healer, and worker of miracles, and I am praying for a miracle for you, for all that you have given me. God bless you and your family.
With Gratitude and Admiration,
Allison M. Bergstrom
My soon to be husband and I had the great pleasure of seeing you in The Music Man . As a singer, we go through all sorts of things, in order to do our art. No matter where your ALS treatment takes you-may you always have the knowledge of the joy you have brought to others with your gift. Later that day-I was baptised-so the day is indelible to me. God bless
I read in the Times today you are suffering with ALS. I was so sad
to hear that. I saw you many years ago in Show Boat and you were
great. You have a beautiful voice. My thoughts and prayers are
with you and your family. Stay strong
May God heal you of ALS!
I love your singing !
I just heard of your passing. I am very, very saddened. What a unreplaceable lose to Broadway. I love your voice and EVERYTHING you did...I will miss the magic of your voice! Love to your family! You will always be my FAVORITE Soprano!