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Suzy Williams

At eighteen years old, Suzy met "Stormin’ Norman” Zamcheck, a Yale graduate in literature and “damn good boogie woogie piano player”. Partnering with Stormin' Norman, she cut two albums with him (Fantasy Rag, 1975 and Ocean of Love, 1978) and toured the east coast for 12 years. In 1976, the great jazz pianist and composer Eubie Blake paid Suzy an inspiring compliment in the form of a handwritten letter, “I heard alot of white women try to imitate negroid singing, but you are the only one who has it down pat.” In Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Suzy married Bill Burnett in 1977. After ten years of marriage, they decided to form “The Boners”

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Suzy Williams: Enjoy the Ride

Label: Superbatone
Released: 2010
Track listing: A Waltz Around the Pool Room; You Keep Me on the Road; Enjoy the Ride!; I Want to Mosey Where It's Cozy; Get Yer Own Bad Habits; Drawn to You; I'm In Lust; The Man in the Empty Suit; Slow Down September; The Guy Who Invented Sex; Tell Me My Favorite Lie; Wonderin' How You Are; That's What Your Love Does; Get an Older Man, Darling; Over the Threshold.

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Suzy Williams: Enjoy the Ride

Read "Suzy Williams: Enjoy the Ride" reviewed by Rex  Butters


Suzy WilliamsEnjoy the RideSuperbatone2010 The sprawling landscape of Southern California plays home to numerous pockets of creative regional artists. On LA's westside, Venice, a long time artists' enclave, once a backdrop for Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, continues its fierce resistance to gentrification, while nurturing independent visionaries ...

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Jazz Singer Suzy Williams' Big Band Plays the Venice Talking Stick

Jazz Singer Suzy Williams' Big Band Plays the Venice Talking Stick

Spend a Memorial Day Weekend evening of cool jazz with Suzy Williams and her big band, 'Suzy and her Solid Senders.' Suzy's SOLID SENDERS Band include Brad Kay on piano, Kahlil Sabbagh on drums and vibes, Charles Burns on sax, Dave Jones on bass, Dan Weinstein on trombone, Corey Gemm on trumpet and more TBA. Williams' ...

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Spine, The Backboners

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005


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