They're a fine match. Carrey sounds plucked straight from a Broadway musical, while McMillan radiates a warmth best suited to martinis and a dimmer switch.”

— The Boston Globe

Will McMillan and Bobbi Carrey released their first CD, If I Loved You, at Scullers Jazz Club to a sold out crowd with Doug Hammer at the piano.

Carrey and McMillan have performed shows on topics ranging from Johnny Mercer to Hollywood ("The Envelope Please"), Irving Berlin to Business ("In Good Company"), and Rodgers, Hart & Hammerstein to Love ("If I Loved You") up and down the Eastern seaboard. 

Renowned for their intricate and unusual harmonies, they are patiently working on a new CD, In Perfect Harmony

As beloved radio and TV host Ron Della Chiesa said, "They will melt your heart with their wonderful interpretations of the Great American Songbook."

Bobbi Carrey and Will McMillan show off their attractive pipes and musical control, but also the literate sensitivity that’s so important to the Great American Songbook classics they extol.”

— The Boston Phoenix

CD versions of "If I Love You" are available for sale by clicking here.

Individual songs are available to download below on a "pay what you want" basis.

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    The Little Things You Do Together

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    I'll Cover You

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    Catch Me

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What Michael Moore has done for documentary film, these folks do for cabaret.”

— Theater Mirror

McMillan and Carrey were fabulous — I was riveted.  Clearly a cult has started and is growing.”

— WATD-FM 95.9 FM

Bobbi Carrey and Will McMillan are hip to love in all its deliciously dark glory.”

— The Boston Globe