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Sue Menhart Band / Press

“2015 Whalie Award Winner for Best Roots Rock Performance - "Can't Feel The Rain"”

“the Sue Menhart Band, one of the absolute finest blues-rock bands in the entire region.”

“Menhart's powerhouse voice is matched only by her songwriting and riveting stage presence.”

Rick Koster - The Day

“infectious, New-Orleans-jazz influenced 'Sunrise City Café”

“Sue Menhart nominated for five 2012 New London Whalie Awards including Record of the Year (Forever), Best Blues Song (18 Again), Best Solo Singer-Songwriter Song (You Can't Tame Me), Best Americana Album of the Year (Good Sponge CD Sampler), and Best Blues / Country Rock Band”

“Sue Menhart Band nominated for Best Blues Band in 2012 New London Whalie Awards”

“Super woman Sue Menhart opened the show at SWAN Day CT in Hartford and closed the show at the Good Sponge CD Release in New London”

“Musicians Jim Weider And Sue Menhart Rock Olde Mistick Village Art Cinema!”

“Musician Sue Menhart shares the awesome love story behind her popular ballad, "The Choice"”

“Sue Menhart Band to open for international act Jim Weider (The Band) on Project Percolator Tour”

“Indie-Music.com picks Sue Menhart's EP Forever as Top 25 of 2012.”

“Sue Menhart introduces Forever”

“Forever CD Review: Smooth jazz-fueled sound”

“The subtle nature of the record gives it class...Forever CD Review”

“'Forever Review' - I hope this is the breakthrough recording for her - she deserves it”

“CT Singer-Songwriter Sue Menhart to release “Forever” June 21”

“Sue Menhart Band nominated for a Critics Choice Award in the 2011 Whalie Awards (New London, Connecticut's version of the Grammys). Best Blues/Country Rock Performance for single One Day in New York.”

“Red Hot Stove Tops (Sue Menhart, Daphne Lee Martin, Nancy Brossard Parent) nominated for two Critics Choice Awards in the 2011 Whalie Awards (New London, Connecticut's version of the Grammys). Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Best Contemporary Folk/Bluegrass Performance for single Jezebel.”

“Blues Singer Sue Menhart Gives Away New Song, 'Die a Hundred Times'”

“Sue Menhart offering free download of single”

“Sue Menhart Band nominated for two People's Choice 2011 Whalie Awards (New London, CT's version of the Grammys) - Best Americana Band and Best Video”

“One of the absolute best tunes on the whole collection is "One Day in New York" by the Sue Menhart Band. What a clever collision of styles: a breezy travelogue that would be welcome in disparate catalogs ranging from Irma Thomas to Babs Streisand.”

“Sue Menhart Band triumphant in the Best Americana Performance category at the 2010 Whalie Awards”

“All-original, get-off-your-barstool-and-boogie blues-and-soul from one of Connecticut’s finest female vocalists and her amazing “million man” band. These guys get all sorts of recognition, deservedly so, and are in the running to play at the Lilith Fair locally this summer.”

“Sue Menhart Band receives four 2010 Whalie Award Nominations (New London, CT's version of the Grammys) - Best Americana Artist, Best Americana Performance (Why You Love Me), Song of the Year (Coming Home), and Record of the Year (Gypsy Soul EP)”

“Sue Menhart Band awarded "Top 25 for 2010" by Indie-Music.com for excellence and achievement in independent music.”

“Musician Spotlight: Sue Menhart Band”

“Who is Sue Menhart, Recognized as Being One of Indie Music's Top 25 for 2010”

“Indie Music Names Sue Menhart Band (Blues Rock) One of Best 25 Indie Bands of 2009”

“Who Is Sue Menhart, Recognized As Being One of Indie Music’s Top 25 for 2010”

“Experience a solo acoustic set by this talented blues singer/songwriter who has been compared to Bonnie Raitt and Susan Tedeschi.”

"Montville’s Sue Menhart gets discovered"

“Today, she has a worldwide fan base and a curriculum vitae that includes two solid albums of her own material, live television and radio appearances and clubs that ask her to come back and play repeatedly.”

“The connection between Sue’s rocker side and emotive side has significant relevance here.”

“This record is so quick and punchy; seems it’s over before it’s even begun!”

“Sue has such a quiet yet potent vocal delivery that really makes you stop and listen.”

"Menhart is a wonderful, natural singer, and the band is tight and equally robust."

“Call me an old soft romantic but this one brings goosebumps on the neck and a lump to the throat, brilliant lyrics and a soulful rendition that can't hide the true feelings. The sort of song a talent show winner would overdo the vibrato and overdo the dynamics where here with Sue's slow vibrato and quieter delivery makes for a much more emotional performance.”

“Menhart has an increasingly high profile, with a reputation for impassioned tunes and a cyclonic voice that summon echoes of Susan Tedeschi, Janis Joplin and Lucinda Williams.”

“Gypsy Soul - "Emotional filled lyrics, a catchy song in 'Coming Home' an excellent smooth sound."”

"Torn," her debut, a collection of big-throated blues-rock songs with shades of the Fabulous Thunderbirds.

“The formula for the Sue Menhart Band is a mix of folkish singer/songwriter lyrics paired with a rock sound. Think Jackson Browne meets Journey, or Bob Dylan meets Boston.”

“A totally original and distinctive voice! No cookie cutter chic singer here!”

““Just another Man" and "Dark Haired Man" ring tried and true as you listen to Sue reveal her soul in these songs. It gets right down to the center of who Sue is in Child of the Blues. That song is my fav on this cd.”

“Sue Menhart always knew she had a song in her – make that an album full of bluesy rock. In May, the Uncasville resident and her band produced and issued its first CD. “Torn” is Menhart’s debut collection of blues-rock songs, written and produced in the past seven months.”

“Corporate City. Wow..I mean..just..wow! Sue's voice takes on a sultrier, more serious color. A kind of rich, dark gray. Appropriate for assessing the contours of a modern Metropolis…”