Suzanne Rhatigan
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Suzanne Rhatigan


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'To Hell With Love' album (Imago/BMG) 1994,
'Late Developer' album (Org Records), 1996
'Big Stick' Mini album (Cushy) 1998
‘D.I.Y’ EP (Cushy). 2000
'Wild West' Co-wrote and sung theme song for eponymous BBC comedy series with Dawn French and Catherine Tate
'Unhappy Soul' Rhatigan/Electroscope single Lissy's Records

Session Singer Backing Vocals....

Regular session singer for producers Stock, Aitken and Waterman, appearing on records by artists such as;
Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan, Rick Astley, Bananarama, Sinnitta, Samantha Fox, and Roland Rat.
Backing vocals for other artists such as; Roger Waters album Radio Kaos, Beverly Craven's three solo albums (Sony), Matt Sharp from US band Weezer,solo album (Maverick Records), Susannah Hoffs, Buffy The Vampire Slayer movie soundtrack, Hugh Cornwell ex Stranglers, album.

Session Singer Adverts.....
Lead vocals McDonalds (jingle for French Canada).
Lead vocals and voice over 'Breakfast at McDonalds' (Ireland).
Radio ID jingles for RTE Radio 2 (Ireland).
Lead Vocals for award winning Anchor Butter world wide 'Football and Lawnmowers' singing cows campaign.
Lead vocals for Marks and Spencer (Christmas advert) and Burger King (Christmas).
Vocals Loreal European campaign for 'Ambre Solaire'
Lead vocals Kia promo Ireland



Though only 18 years old Suzanne Rhatigan's career started as a studio session singer in Dublin working on many records and adverts before moving to London, where she was a regular singer for producers Stock, Aitken and Waterman and many others (see discography).

Suzanne developed as a writer during this time and was signed by publishers Peer Music. As a result Suzanne was signed to New York based Imago Records who released her 1st album 'To Hell With Love' which was widely distributed and promoted in Europe and America by BMG/RCA. But it was on her return to the Uk that Suzanne teamed up with bass player
John Morrison to form a prolific song writing team. This
partnership marked a change of direction in her music, and
garnered widespread critical acclaim for her 2nd album 'Late
Developer'. Suzanne has never been afraid to take chances
with her music, sonically, lyrically and in performance,but it is
the song and her unmistakeable voice which remains at it's

With a sample of some previously unreleased material available on myspace and some solo recordings on the way Suzanne is at last venturing back onto the live stage