Suzi Brown

Musician. Storyteller. Advocate.

Singer/songwriter Suzi Brown has found herself on a musical journey, from playing coffee shops, wineries and theaters to studio work on her first full length album "Siren Song." She has collaborated with Producer Pier Giacalone (Regina Spektor and Sloan Wainwright); drummer Rodney Holmes (Carlos Santana and Steve Kimock); and keyboardist Arne Wendt (Bon Jovi). Suzi has opened for Sixpence None the Richer, Kaki King and co-billed with the Indigo Girls at the Wildgoose Festival. She has also showcased among some of the nation’s best guitarists such as Muriel Anderson, Michael Kelsey and Mark Sganga.

Suzi’s music is a variety of cultural styles encompassing Celtic, Asian, Island, and tribal beats with traditional folk/pop. People have called her “the two handed orchestra" due to the unique two hand tapping technique that she employs with her guitar. Weaving together her storytelling abilities and a unique instrumental talent, her rhythm strikes a familiar chord in the listener. From lyrics that will leave you with a reminiscent smile to serious topics about the issues surrounding the current times, Suzi's songs are both easy to sing along to and hard to forget.

The Rundown:

  • International and national touring in Australia, China, Thailand and the United States

  • Past Co/bills: Indigo Girls, George Clinton, Sixpence None the Richer, Keller Williams, Kaki King, Muriel Anderson, Mark Sagna, 2x Grammy winner Timothy Bloom

  • Collaborative studio work with Rodney Holmes, Aren Wendt, Pier Giacalone (Regina Spektor), Fred Pellegrini Jr (Allman Brothers)

  • Venues: World Cafe Live, Kent Stage, Lincoln Theater, Greenwich Odeum Theater, Power Plant Live, Rams Head (Annapolis)

  • Festival appearances: Wildgoose Festival, Philadelphia Extreme Folk Festival, Woodchopper’s Ball, Mt Gretna Artsfest

  • Featured on FM and College Radio and Fox Affiliate programs, as well as ABC News 27

  • Official Endorsed Artists of Custom Luthier Todd Johnston of Oracle Instruments & Mad Hatter Guitars

 © 2019 Suzi Brown