Susan Elizabeth entered the music scene with her old band Paige23 over 15 years ago and accomplished much with her band before she decided to start her solo career. Paige23’s first album, “Let Yourself Fall,” was released under ACM Records in 2002. Songs from the album were featured on shows such as “Ed” and “Medium,” and in 1996 Susan won a college scholarship for her song “Run Run (Too Far From Me).” In 2005 the band independently released their second album, “In Retrospect,” and decided to split shortly after. The album was re-released under ACM Records in 2012.
Susan wanted to continue with her own music and experiment with different styles of music and find a new artistic voice, exploring electronica and other types of dance music. 2009's "Wine and Cigarettes", re-released by ACM Records as "Jones for This" in 2012, received high accolades from e-zines, blogs, and magazines such as Curve, one of the most read lesbian print magazines. Concurrently, Susan Elizabeth recorded and produced "B-Sides and Seasides", an EP of songs that didn't make it in time for the "Jones for This" album.
She is just about ready to reveal her second solo, full-length release to her fans (and iTunes) called "Girls and Boys", dedicated to bringing the straight, gay, lesbian, and bisexual communities together with pop-electronica and lyrics that suit all sexualities. Her first single, the pop/dance track "I'm in Love With Your Girlfriend", will be available in late December, 2013.