Suzanne Edwards

Suzanne Edwards

 Los Angeles, California, USA
BandAmericanaCountry

International Country Artist! Country Music's Elton John - Only Female! Suzanne’s new single, "The Arms of a Good Woman" played by 100 of Europe's elite D.J.'s. This dynamic country artist’s voice is compared to the smoky sound of Bonnie Raitt and the velvet and sultriness of Dottie West.

Biography

She co-writes with the cream of the crop in Los Angeles and Nashville. She has performed at such places as Nashville's world famous Bluebird Cafe; The Country Radio Broadcasters Conference in Nashville; MIDEM, in Cannes France at the worldwide music marketing festival. Her catalog includes songs co-written with Ron Miller "For Once in My Life", Craig Karp, "If It Don't Come Easy", Earl Clark "I Found Jesus on the Jailhouse Floor" and Tony Stampley. Joining the ranks of some of Canada's finest "Country Music Singing Girls" Suzanne was born in Vancouver and raised in the small farm town of Pemberton north of Whistler Mountain in British Columbia. She wrote her first song on the piano, at the tender age of 8 years old, and hasn’t stopped since. The gift of music came from her mother ' Rose' who played guitar and piano and sang to Suzanne since before she was born, or as Suzanne likes to say, when asked how long she has been singing, she answers "since I was in the Music Womb". Her major musical influences include Crystal Gayle, Carole King, Elton John, Charlie Rich and Ronnie Milsap.

Discography

The Arms of a Good Woman - LP - CD
http://www.suzannescountry.com/audio.htm

Single Releases off the Album
"Window Shoppin'" - USA & Europe 2002
"The Arms of a Good Woman" - USA October 2004
& Europe September 2004
Tulips' Dream - Europe 2005, 2006

"Santa, You're Red, White & Blue" - USA & Europe December 2002

Set List

Featured Songs - From The Album
Let Your Life Lead You Where You Need To Go
Tulip's Dream
I'm Waiting For You
The Arms of a Good Woman
Faraway
Goodwill Girl
Window Shoppin'
Long Before We Met
W.O.M.E.N.S. Referral Service U.S.A.
Love That She Never Got From Daddy
A Small Star