“Dinsmore likes big band era singers and big voices and has a unique one of her own. When the 20-something OU musical theatre grad sings, it’s as if she’s tapping into some cosmic force, a galaxy of crooners - some living, some dead - beaming their heartbreak and joy into her vocal chords from light-years away.” - N-Town

“What they’ve done collectively is pull on pairs of velvet boxing gloves and throw a series of knock-out punches. Dinsmore’s entrancing vocals and sultry delivery conjure a Peggy Lee fever dream. Leach’s lyrics and arrangements are sophisticated additions to the great American songbook rendered with modern style.” - The Norman Transcript

“Harrumph” — an expression you might remember from “Blazing Saddles” — actually means to say something disapprovingly. But Harumph with one R, a brand-new jazz/pop combo from Norman, is considerably more congenial.” - The Oklahoman  


Notable performances include: Cimmarron Concert Series, Oklahoma NPR KGOU with Jim Johnson, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Norman Music Festival, The Blue Door, Jazz in June 2016, and a weekly residency at The Deli in Norman, OK.


Press Articles

Norman's Harumph rolled into Nashville and returned home with new inspiration - The Oklahoman

5 Okie albums worth anticipating in 2017

Harumph’s debut studio album Threes is the soundtrack to many good times to come - Oklahoma Gazette