Acclaimed pop jazz vocalist and instrumentalist Suede has been singing as a member of the formerly all-male a capella group The Flirtations since 1995.
If you saw Suede sing "Sister" at the 1993 March on Washington you would know why that performance was heralded as one of the best of the day. Among the most sought after entertainers of her kind, Suede has performed at Bill Clinton's Inaugural Ball, was featured on ABC's 20/20 and has received numerous awards including New York's Prestigious Bistro Award.
Suede's music is an intriguing blend of popular, jazz and blues styles. She is an accomplished self-taught musician and writer on piano, guitar, and trumpet yet it's Suede's vocals that are truly extraordinary. Her beautiful, powerful voice and sparkling onstage demeanor have garnered Suede high praises from critics and devotion from audiences from Atlanta to Boston, Albuquerque to New York City, Milwaukee to San Francisco, Miami to Washington D.C. and everywhere else in between.
Suede's quick wit, spontaneity and intimate rapport with the audience make for stellar performances. She has also produced two top selling recordings, "Easily Suede" and "Barely Blue," both on her own label, Easily Suede Music.
Recently emerging victorious from a lawsuit with Sony Corporation, now the truly one and only Suede is coming your way, and she's a "Full-blown hurricane of talent."
"This is a fireball performer. Voices like hers come along maybe once in a generation." - New York Post
"This woman mesmerized the Atlanta audience with her warmth, humor and incredible vocals." -- Cathy Woolard, Human Rights Campaign Fund