Susan Souza
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Susan Souza

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Music

The best kept secret in music

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Discography

CD "Can Be Found" 2004.
CD "Inside and Outside" 2005.

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Bio

She has had many audiences since starting her career in the Florida Keys, at age 17. Since the discovery of her love for writing music and performing it, Susan has accumulated 10 years of experience.

What do you want to be when you grow up? Susan answered this question with no hesitation. She embarked on her pursuit of a music career by first joining a 5-piece rock band, Mirage, as the lead singer. The collaboration and continuous practice improved her vocal range, musical ear and timing.
Susan wanted to be more than a singer. With her original material accumulating she needed an outlet for her original expression. She formed an acoustic duo named Winter Breeze. It was here that she sharpened her guitar and songwriting skills, along with her performance abilities. While still performing regularly as a solo artist she established a comfort and ease with an audience.
Susan gained a wealth of experience with the joining of her next acoustic duo, Mariah x2. In a short period of time they gained an extensive local following, produced a professional recording of original material, won 1st place in a battle of bands contest (competing against 39 other groups), and embarked on a south eastern state tour. At this point Susan realized that the best way to convey her original material to audiences would be through a solo career. Under new management she continued playing a variety of venues including: festival, clubs, coffee houses, and private functions. At this time, she also recorded and produced her first solo project. After many years, devoted to a career in music, Susan began to question whether she should con¬sider a more conventional path. She stopped performing, began taking classes in business school, and got a full time job. It just seemed easier.
Since that time there has been a continued inner struggle between choosing a more normal conven¬tional life, which offers her more security, or creating music and performing for a living. This brings us to today.
Straddling both the conventional professional world and the artist's way, Susan is committed to meeting her destiny face to face. She believes that it "Can be Found."