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Susan Wylde Blues / Press

“ Canadian born Susan possesses a coolly modulated, unhurried alto voice that simply oozes class; which demands your rapt attention, with cut glass crystal clear diction she delivers a sensually crisp vocal that is hypnotically evocative. Her conservatory trained piano skills ( she began taking piano lessons at the age of three) enable her to create a restrained atmosphere while her Jazz workshop skills establish an undeniable air of silky sophistication. This collection of twelve numbers are a mixture of inventive and inspired originals and irresistible covers such as; the Etta James classic “At Last,” a stunning interpretation, which replaces Etta’s dramatically soaring vocals and sweeping strings with Colleen Allen’s enthrallingly soft, suggestive and calming tenor saxophone which is complimented by Susan’s commanding yet, measured dulcet vocal tones, soothing your fevered brow. Read the entire review at the link:”

“THE MIDWEST RECORD SUSAN WYLDE/In the Light: The latest spark plug to fire on the Canadian adult music scene is a zesty gal in the blues rock mode that’s not really a blues rocker, or at least doesn’t cover herself in the Janis clichés. Proving her mettle time and again north of the border, Wylde has the right stuff and knows how to use it. Fun stuff with that certain snap that really makes it stand out, no matter how far she’s traveling down memory lane, this is well worth seeking out for a treat you didn’t expect. Chris Spector Midwest Record”

“NASHVILLE BLUES SOCIETY REVIEW Canadian native Susan Wylde possesses a brilliant, classically-trained alto voice that makes her latest offering, “In The Light,” all the more enjoyable. She uses her voice to convey all the emotions one associates with the blues, allowing the pain of loss and the joys of redemption and recovery to shine through. ”

“American Blues News interviews Canadian Blues artist Susan Wylde.”

““Not a copy act, she focuses attention on the individuality of her own artistic sensibilities. Susan’s soulful voice, insightful lyrics and unique arrangements satisfy the senses” – Downbeat magazine.”

DownBeat Magazine