Suzanna Spring
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Suzanna Spring


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Suzanna Spring @ Americana Tonight Radio Broadcast

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Suzanna Spring @ Songwriting/Publishing Seminar

Saugerties, New York, USA

Saugerties, New York, USA

Suzanna Spring @ "SoundCheck" TV taping at MTSU

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

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The best kept secret in music


"The DISCovery Award goes to Suzanna Spring for a CD that's country in all the right places. Somewhere over there in the arrow-of-truth zone of Emmylou Harris, she has an eye-opening vocal honesty....Somebody give this lady a deal."
-ROBERT K. OERMANN, Music Row Magazine - Music Row Magazine Robert K. Oermann, Music Editor

Every track here is a winner, starting with SHE'S GOT YOUR HEART, a rural portrait of romantic entanglement that sets the tone for an album full of keen insights about universal relationship issues. If you only buy one album this year, make it this one.

-Alan Cackett, Maverick Magazine - Alan Cackett, Editor

I shouldn't fall in love with singers like Suzanna Spring...but I did--nice voice, cool arrangements, warm lyrics, open fire kinda songs...

Evert Wilbrink - Corazong Records - Evert Wilbrink

"One set with Suzanna will convert you for life, hearing her seamlessly blend influences ranging from Tom Petty to Emmylou Harris. Once her CD "She's Got Your Heart" finds its way into your CD player, it'll never leave. Better pick up two copies before you head home."

Mark Wehner - Americana Tonight - Mark Wehner, host

I heard Suzanna Spring & Ghosttown at Nashville's Bluebird Cafe. Maybe I should confess a bias: I hear in this band some of the influences I had growing up in California: Eagles, Poco and Fleetwood Mac...two-part harmony like Buckingham-Nicks, except Suzanna's voice has a sweet, smooth quality not unlike Emmylou Harris...The songs tip a hat to Music Row with hummable melodies and catchy choruses, but there is a lyrical depth not often heard here in Hitsville. They have the edginess of sweet balladry of folk...spirited stuff, this Ghosttown.

-STEVE KEY, StorySong Concerts
- Steve Key, Producer


"Just This Side of Right"--5 song EP (limited edition)
"She's Got Your Heart"--album on Tattooed Angel Records
Available on iTunes, Radioio, CDBaby, Weed, Rhapsody


Feeling a bit camera shy


Suzanna counts Steve Earle, Tom Petty, Lucinda Williams, and Fleetwood Mac as influences. Formerly a member of groundbreaking all-female country band The Mustangs, this California native moved to Nashville to write for EMI music, and later, publisher Bluewater Music. "I grew up constantly listening to the radio, and I always had songs in my head--mostly rock and country rock. My mom loved Hank Williams and Bob Wills, and she taught me their songs. When I heard Steve Earle's albums, 'Copperhead Road,' and 'The Hard Way,' I decided I wanted to write like that--the edge of loneliness and longing, and that sense of fate."