Like the legendary musical history of her hometown, the voice of Memphis singer/songwriter SUSAN MARSHALL transcends genre. Tapping into blues, jazz, folk & rock, Susan’s soulful voice has shared the stage with LUCINDA WILLIAMS, CAT POWER, AFGHAN WHIGS, ALVIN YOUNGBLOOD HART, among many others. Marshall grew up in East Memphis where she studied art, theater and voice at Germantown High School's prestigious Fine Arts Department, earning Fine Art Student of the Year as a senior.
A six-year stint with the Off-Broadway Rep Company's Light Opera of Manhattan followed. Hired as a lyric soprano, she perfected mezzo roles in such productions as the operettas Rose-Marie and The Desert Song. Whether it's rock, blues, soul, country or jazz, Marshall -- who won Best Female Vocalist in 2003 from the Grammy organization's Memphis chapter -- gets the call for a reason.
Baby I Love You
Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Inner City Blues
When She's Around
Help Me Make It Through The Night