"I got this CD from a friend of mine who's involved in Chutzpah that I've known since back in the day, and I'm not really sure what to make of it. I think it's supposed to be funny, but I'm not Jewish so a lot of the jokes just -y'know - eluded me. It sounds like a great CD. The songs are really well done and I've never heard anything quite like it before…and I have a feeling that I may never hear anything quite like it again…but when I asked him who the market was for this was he just started rambling on about scholarly pursuits of languages and something about George Segal…so I'm still pretty unclear where it's all heading, but I wish them the best…what's that thing they say? May the Schwartz be with you!"

-Debbie Harry, NYC, 2005

"I first met Master Tav about 12 years ago so I've been listening to the sounds, the rhymes for about 12 years. I like rap, all kinds of music, the Beatles to Mozart to 50 Cent to Eminem to these guys. Go see these guys. They're amazing. They're brilliant. He's (Tav) a genius. A lot of people don't know this, but my real name is Harry Goldman. When I went into showbiz, it was easy. All I did was move the 'G' and dropped the 'R' ...Gary Oldman. There you go. Famous Jew and there's been a few of them. Yo check these guys out.  They're the bomb. They're Down. Chutzpah. Check 'em out! Okay, so this from me to you and up yours as well."

-Gary Oldman (actor), Los Angeles, 2005

"I love the record. The thing about Chutzpah is I really don't think there's anything quite like it. In terms of music, I don't think anybody's really done what you're doing. For a change, Chutzpah's incorporating not just hip hop, but some new sounds and it's cultural and it kind of steers youth and gives them another way to look at things."

-Debi Mazar (actress), Los Angeles, 2005

"The buzz is  there. Rock has had it's day. It's all about Chutzpah! Your mother would love it."

-Vivian Campbell  (guitar player/Def Leppard) Los Angeles, 2005

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