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Sue Leonard / Press

“This was an incredible evening. I want to thank Mike Burgess for coming down to the Leonardville Release at the ArtBar on June 21st the solstice no less!!!! & for Writing Such A Great Article in the A&E section of The Sachem & Glanbrook Gazette, also for including "ALL" the wonderful musicians, who joined me on stage for a night I will never forget!!! I could not have done it without you all and I am so very grateful to each and everyone of you...... Please check out Doug Boudreau, April Mitchell-Boudreau, Mary-Jane Russell, Brenny Burns, Brandon P. General, Neil Nickafor, Sonny Del Rio & Carl Horton ~ sue leonard”

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"The best thing about being broke is there's nothing left to steal," sings Sue Leonard in her hit "Nickel", a suprisingly upbeat song about the frills of poverty. Sarcasm aside, Leonard is a superior jazz/R&B singer. All of her music, not just "Nickel", has been constructed around strong, stirring lyrics mixed with an impressive band. Occassionaly, like in "Without You", listeners are treated tp a great guitar lick too. After sampling just a few tracks one discovers Sue Leonard is pretty awesome. As evidence, you could cite her performances on late night shows including Letterman and Leno, she's even played the Grammys. Each track though, is true proof that Sue Leonard is extraordinary. Her ability to combine multiple genres in a single track is sublime. Take "Without You" and I Believe". Both are fervent and contemporary renditions of the blues mixed with subtle cues of pop, R&B, and jazz. In every song Leonard evokes her passion for music. "Music is the highest form of communication.

"Sue Leanard is an esteemed industry artist whose voice can be heard on kd lang's Ingenue album, Bon Jovi's New Jersey, MTVs Unplugged, her own release, Bend, and much more. The Canadian born songster has impressed audiences on The Tonight Show"...... - Paul Wolfle Posted on Apr 20, 2011 More Like This Look Forward to k.d. lang's Sing It Loud for Release This Spring Bon Jovi: Reviewing the 1980s Gayle Chapman: Keyboard Royalty with a Six String Heart Bart Steele Reflects on His Copyright Claim Most Popular Bon Jovi Songs Singer-Songwriter Sue Leonard: A Remarkable Artist, Performer From cowpunk to contemporary blues and everywhere in between, when it comes to music, singer-songwriter Sue Leonard has accomplished it all.Sue Leonard’s vast discography encompasses k.d. lang’s intoxicating “Constant Craving,” Bon Jovi’s “Lay Your Hands on Me,” MTV Unplugged Volume 1 with k.d. lang, Ray Forbes “Human Kind,”Sandy Scofield’s “Dirty River,”and a list of addition

“Bye, Bye..... A Little More of the Same! Sue and her co-writers, Bill Dillon and Georgie Fab have been around. The trio have worked with a variety of artists over the years, and their "musical wisdom" is evident in this upbeat, driving track. Once again, great vocals, fine playing, and masterful writing! Both Tracks: Written by Sue Leonard, Georgie Fab & Bill Dillon Guitars, Bass player extraordinaire Bill Dillon (Daniel Lanois, Robbie Robertson, Ronnie Hawkins, Peter Gabriel, Sarah Mclachlan) 12 String Guitar: Georgie Fab, singer, songwriter, guitar, producer, engineer, co-owner (Cellar Full Of Noise Studios) Drums: David King Mixed & Mastered by Nick Blagona at Jukasa Media Group ”

"Latest release "I Will Never Stop Loving You" left me amazed! It was like stepping back into the 60's, re-living the early 70's and travelling into the future all at the same time. Why the 60's? - This song is masterfully crafted, just like in the "good old days"..... no digital tricks, no auto-tune, no samples, no production mumbo jumbo...... just compelling lyrics over honest, tight chord changes, sung by a warm, sometimes sultry, sometimes gritty, completely "from the heart" Sue Leonard. Why the 70's? - Listen carefully..... can you hear George Harrison playing in the background? Does it have a sprinkle of the Travelling Wilbury's? Is it touched by the spirit of Roy Orbison? This song is definitely an uncanny combination of superb musical textures and vocal expertise. Why the future? - Listen very carefully. This is not an over-produced, short-lived pop song desitnied for the "Musical Dribble Recycle Bin". It is truly unique, because it has the potential to be a classic."