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Suzie Vinnick

R&B, Soul, Solo Musician

Plays: Wedding Receptions, Corporate Events, Private Parties, Community Events, Stag & Does, Festivals, Colleges & Universities

"Vinnick's range of professional activity is more than matched by the vocal range found on Live At Bluesville where she teases out meaning from lyrics using a repertoire of a half dozen or so voices. On Willie Dixon's 'You'll Be Mine' her vampy vocal you're so sweet morphs effortlessly into a full Joni Mitchell keening as the melody's notes range higher. A little later a newfound gut-level urgency to the day that I die, she's singing becomes deceptively cosy and devilishly cutesy as she insists, you'll be mine in a way that makes you want make sure your wallet is where you left it...."
- Peter Goddard, Toronto Star


A 10X Maple Blues Award winner and 3X Juno Nominee, Suzie was nominated for a 2009 JUNO in the Roots & Traditional Album of the year: Solo category for her 3rd album, Happy Hear, which was produced by Juno-award-winning singer/songwriter, Stephen Fearing.

Suzie also won the 2008 Canadian Maple Blues Female Vocalist of the Year and 1st place in the Blues category of the Unisong International Songwriting Conetst for her co-write "Sometimes I think I can Fly".

In 2007, she was nominated Female Vocalist and Bassist at teh Canadian Maple Blues Awards, and was recipient of the three 2006 Canadian Maple Blues Awards for Female Vocalist, Bassist and shared Songwriter of the Year with Rick Fines for their 2006 release, "Nothing Halfway".

She was a Finalist in the 2013 International Blues Challenge Solo/Duo category in Memphis, TN. She was also the winner of the 2012 CBC Saturday Night Blues Great Canadian Blues Award and the 2012 SIRIUS/XM Blues Artist of the Year.

Suzie’s album Me ‘n’ Mabel received a 2012 Juno Nomination. She followed it up with numerous US and international performances, including opening for John Hammond at the Madison Square Park Conservancy in New York City and performing in Germany at the Women in (e) Motion Festival in Bremen.

Here album Live At Bluesville features Suzie and her parlour guitar, Mabel, and will appeal to fans of her album Me ‘n’ Mabel and her earlier, roots-music based album, Happy Here. Suzie’s music is available on her website and on iTunes.

Photograph of Suzie Vinnick

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