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Joel Okida's rave in Folkworks http://www.folkworks.org/content/view/35513/106/

"Suzy Williams, whom I once called "L.A.'s Diva Deluxe" in the L.A. Weekly because of her unsurpassable position on the top shelf of red hot mamas, continues to belt standards, the blues and her originals - 24 new ones in the last ye ar alone! I'd also add that she's funny as hell and a heart-melting gorgeous dame." -Michael Simmons, Huffington Post, 5-08 and http://www.laweekly.com/2008-10-30/music/music-picks-orphics-roky-erickson-madonna/3

"Suzy is too cool. Not only does she cover music from bygone years with gusto, but she breathes new life into an aging genre with a flair few can match." - Daniel Archuleta, Santa Monica Daily Press

"What makes Suzy Williams so remarkable is her loyalty to the lyric and musical sensiblities of an age she cou ldn't be old enough to remember. She executes her ecclectic originals and incendiary interpretations of standards recalling the 1950s Central Avenue juk e joint, jump tune, dark bar blues b ites with stylish aplomb and high octane lyrical deliverance." - Poet Michael C Ford.

Here's the link to a press ready 300dpi hi-res beautiful photo of Suzy William s b y Tim Roller http://www.puddingbench.com/suzy/by_tim_roper.jpg

The SENDERS include: Kahlil Sabbagh (bandleader and vibes), Brad Kay (piano), Dave Jones (bass), Nick Scarmack (drums), Danny Moynahan (sax), Dan Heffernan (sax), Dave Weinstein (trombone) and Corey Gemme (trumpet).

Suzy Williams has played Carnegie Hall with Stormin' Norman Zamcheck, performe d with Moses Pendleton's Pilobolus dance troupe, and has wo rked with Van Dyke Parks, Buster Poindexter, Marc Shaiman, Nicholas Ray among many others. Bette Midler, Horace Silver,Roosevelt Sykes, Ann Magnuson, Eubie Blake , Odetta and Hadda Brooks have praised her passionate singing and vibrant energy.

"Williams is an enormously amusing, endearing presence...with tough, belting authority." - John Rockwell, NY Times. "Suzy Williams is a very talented singer with a wide range who k nows how to put on an entertaining and witty show. She can sing anything from 1920's jazz and swing to blues, rock & roll and folk music. Williams' highly expressive vocals are always worth hearing." - Scott Yanow, LA Jazz Scene, April '07

"Williams' energy must be seen to be believed...a natural performer." - Robert Palmer, New York Times.

The LA Weekly deems Suzy Williams "LA's Diva Deluxe"

LA City Beat declares "local joy Suzy Williams"