Sue Harlow is a Folk-Country Singer/Songwriter whose haunting vocals delve into the depths of what makes people real...emotions, losses, loves, and hopes. Sue's songs draw on the particular part of the Americana genre that tells stories of how it really is, and really was, and touches on the places in people's lives that they can relate to. Sue won
The "First Amendment Writes" Songwriter's Competition at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall in 2011, and has had the privilege of opening for Emmylou Harris, Seldom Scene, Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, among others. Influences include Emmylou Harris and Dolly Parton.
Sue has a CD called, "I Wanna Be The Train", which received radio airplay on Americana Stations across the US.
"Sue Harlow brings us richly haunting vocals wrapped graciously around the curves between folk and country music. Each time you think you’ve heard the full reach of her voice, she takes it one notch farther. She’s one of our favourite friends and has been on stage for many various band groupings and songwriter’s competitions – her music is beautiful and you’re sure to be impressed." Sarah and Bob Taylor, Rapunzels, Lovingston, Va.