Suzanne Paris
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Suzanne Paris


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The best kept secret in music


""Soothing voice""

We at KSPN have been playing Suzanne's Pink Lipstick album for about a year on our Colorado Homegrown feature, where her music has become a frequent request. From what I hear Suzanne has a new album on the horizon and I'm anxious to hear her new material and share it with our listeners. Suzanne combines folk rock with pop and tops it off with a calm and soothing voice. She sounds just as good live as she does on her album. I enjoyed interviewing her on our program and she's always welcome back.
- Josh Michaels (Production Director of KSPN)

""The best damn thing I've heard in ages""

I stumbled across this album because of hearing Suzanne on a Webcast -- I'd never heard of her before -- and was blown away. I can't remember the last time I was so taken with an album. There is superb craft in each song. The songs speak to something very personal yet universal. Suzanne's voice is beautiful and affecting, and the playing and production are wonderful. This is something very special.
- Ralph


Dave Mason (2005) - played on XM radio
Pink Lipstick (2000) - played on XM radio, itunes, numberless stations nationally & various net streams


Feeling a bit camera shy


Suzanne Paris is a singer, songwriter, and musician whose melodic voice intones earthy yet fiery lyrics that seem to always touch the inner soul of her listeners. Her acoustic rock style is lined with a contemporary pop that appeals to everyone.

This blue-eyed soul singer moved to California in the late 1990's from Aspen where she sharpened her songwriting and her performance skills. While in Aspen Suzanne met & played with many musicians and songwriters such as Stephen Stills, John Denver, and Jeff “Skunk” Baxter. Her experiences in Aspen were beneficial. Many of the songs Suzanne later recorded on her Pink Lipstick album were first inspired under Aspen's starlight.

The move to California brought on a multitude of opportunities that would ultimately be the beginning of her solo career. She began working with Rock N Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dave Mason, singing on a number of tunes he was recording. She did commercials with ex-steely Dan/Doobie Bros. Member Jeff "Skunk" Baxter who would end up working on her first CD just a few years later.

Pink Lipstick, Suzanne’s debut, introduces the world to a vital, magnetic artist whose abundant talent and charisma are already well known to the indie artist network. The 10-song collection is a noteworthy accomplished and compelling first effort, offering a combination of raw emotion and eloquent songcraft which overall is what draws fans to the singer/songwriter/guitarist’s live shows.

In a remarkable short time, Paris’s effortlessly intimate live performances have made her key to the Southern California music scene, building public anticipation for the release of her upcoming album that will hit stores in the early summer of 2005.

Pink Lipstick doesn’t disappoint. On such melodically arresting originals such as “Talk to the River”, “Pink Lipstick” and “World of Hunger”, the lyrics muse on life and love and gives insight to her mysterious demeanor. She sings her songs in a gentle, emotive voice that carries a level of depth conveying the elation of life and happiness.