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Suzie Brown / Press

“Bluesy, folky, achy, sweet-voiced Suzie Brown. A practicing cardiologist pursuing a career in singing (her own songs) and playing the guitar, she's part Emmylou Harris, part Allison Krauss, and totally worth seeing. (Try Tin Angel). Or even just hearing - her debut album is called 'Side Streets'.”

Philadelphia Magazine - Best of Philly edition 2010

“Nobody's more amazed than Suzie Brown at how music has changed her life. Becoming a cardiologist - not surprising for a daughter of two doctors. But singer-songwriter? Fate threw her a curve. After Harvard Medical School and a residency in Boston, Brown came to Philadelphia four years ago, to work on her fellowship and earn a master's at Penn, on a tough-minded track toward medical research. So, two years ago, if someone had suggested she'd fall in love with songwriting and performing, she'd have suggested the person was "on crack," she said. She didn't write her first song until June 2008, a week or so after turning 34. She knew her life would never be the same. "It was clear to me that music made me way too happy to ever not do it again," she said. She's not chasing glory, just joy, she said. "I don't want to need to be big success," she said. ". . . Record deals, big gigs, you lose sight of what made you start doing it to begin with." ”

Peter Mucha - Philadelphia Inquirer