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Back in the studio - May 12, 2006

I've been recording some music, working on a new record.
Take a listen to one of the new songs, "Don't Get So Sad," on the song clips page.
Thanks for listening. S

Douglas Corner Show April 28th - April 21, 2006

Friday, April 28th, 2006, 6pm - the Theatre of the Local Hero presents Suzanna Spring, Michael Kelsh, Sally Barris & Bob DeGraw

Don't miss what is sure to be an incredibly passionate round featuring Artist/Songwriters Suzanna Spring, Michael Kelsh and Sally Barris. Joining them will be host singer/songwriter Bob DeGraw.

This show will be at Douglas Corner, 2106-A 8th Ave. S., Nashville, TN 37204 - 615-298-1688 - $7

All proceeds from this event benefit the Society Of Leaders In Development (S.O.L.I.D.)

Tin Pan South Show March 28! - March 24, 2006

Truckers, Trailers & Tattooed Angels--New Zealand Meets Nashville! Folk rock artist/writer Suzanna Spring, roots rocker/hillbilly poet Phil Lee, New Zealander and award-winning songwriter Kylie Harris and great Americana artist/writer Michael Kelsh, with Don Kerce (bass) and Marco Giovino (drums). This is a great week to get out and hear music in Nashville, so Tuesday, March 28, 9:00 PM, get on down to The 5 Spot, 1006 Forrest Ave. Nashville, 37206 - 615-650-9333 - $7

NEW MARCH 30 DATE: Suzanna in-store performance at Borders - February 23, 2006

Hippie Chick Twang night @ Borders; I'll be a featured artist there.

When: MARCH 30, 7:00 PM, accompanied by electric guitar ace Jon Byrd and awesome fiddler Ollie O'Shay

In-store @ Borders Bookstore, West End Ave., Nashville

Suzanna Spring on WMBR - January 4, 2006

Top Roots Airplay For December 2005 on WMBR-FM (88.1 FM, Cambridge, Mass.) includes Suzanna Spring's SHE'S GOT YOUR HEART, Walt Wilkins' MUSTANG ISLAND, and Randy Wayne Sitzler's PONTIAC TRAIL.

Suzanna in NY! - November 7, 2005

On Nov. 11, I'll be heading up to play in Saugerties, NY for the first time--part of a songwriting/publishing workshop I'll be doing with Kim McLean (formerly Kim Patton-Johnston) and Devon O'Day from Hippie Chick Twang Records--plus a concert Saturday night. Go to for details and reservations.

October 27: Suzanna on WRLT (100.1 FM) - October 24, 2005

WRLT (100.1 FM), Lightning 100, Local Lightning show plays Suzanna's music and promotes Friday's RockRGrl show in Nashville.
Radio airtimes are:
Wednesday, October 27, 2:40 PM and 8:40 PM.
Tune in!

Suzanna on TV Nov. 2 - October 19, 2005

Suzanna Spring featured on MTSU's upcoming "SoundCheck" TV series, live at MTSU November 2, from 10:30-11:30 PM. Check out

RockRGrl show in Nashville - September 28, 2005

October 28, at Hair of the Dog in Nashville--Mary Alice Wood, Kim McLean & Sonia Lee from Hippie Chick Twang label, and I will play a cool show sponsored by RockRGrl Mag, Mane Event Productions, and Tenacious Dog Agency, followed by a concert with a girl band from Paris, called MT-TV; Nashville's own Atomic Blonde; and Cutthroat Junction. Starts at 7 PM

Suzanna in DC - September 6, 2005

NSAI's songwriter show at the Capitol Sept. 20, for the House and Senate

Americana Music Festival - September 6, 2005

Americana Renagades show at Douglas Corner In Nashville for AMA week, featuring Suzanna, Amy Speace, Michael Kelsh, Tom Gillam, Tom Roznowski and others

Suzanna Spring in Boston in August - July 7, 2005

Suzanna plays the Lizard Lounge in Boston, hosted by folk rock singer Amelia White, on August 24th. The show's called Bos-ville-- a return for former Bostonian White, who now lives in Nashville, and a Boston visit for California-to-Nashville transplant (and Red Sox fan) Spring. Bostonian Steve Mayone accompanies on electric guitar and mando.

Suzanna plays Sin City Social Club in July - July 7, 2005

The next meeting of Sin City Social Club is July 20 at the Basement in Nashville--come hang out and hear local and touring artists play all Gram Parsons, Byrds, Dylan, Burritos songs--hope to see you there.

Suzanna Spring plays Sin City Social Club - June 9, 2005

Suzanna Spring and Jon Byrd played the Sin City Social Club gathering at the Basement in Nashville on June 8th. Sin City Social Club meets once a month to play California Country--Byrds, Gram, Burritos, Eagles; plus Stones, Faces and more--a cool new event going on in Nashville and L.A., with local and touring musician drop-ins.

Suzanna Spring at The Bluebird - June 2, 2005

Suzanna Spring plays Nashville's Bluebird Cafe tonight with hillbilly poet/rocker Phil Lee, and roots writers Jim Wilson and Mary Alice Wood, 6:30-8:30 pm

Suzanna Spring plays Muscle Shoals to Music Row radio show - May 23, 2005

Suzanna Spring, Kylie Harris and Phil Lee are featured on Kix 96 "Muscle Shoals to Music Row" radio program this Thursday, May 26!
Check out

Suzanna Spring plays Senate Songwriters Caucus in DC - May 17, 2005

Suzanna Spring was a featured performer at the Senate Songwriters Caucus show in Washington, DC May 17, along with fellow NSAI songwriters Bob Regan, Roger Cook, Danny Wells, Pat Alger, Larry Henley, Rick Carnes, David Pack, Lynn Chater, Ron Harbin, and Kent Agee. Senators Orinn Hatch and Caucus sponsor Senator Lamar Alexander, both musicians, were among the attendees. The audience got to hear songs including Larry Henley's "Wind Beneath My Wings" (rec. by Bette Midler), "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" and "Long Cool Woman" from Roger Cook, "Thinkin' About You" from Bob Regan (rec. by Trisha Yearwood), Pat Alger's "Small Town Saturday Night" (Hal Ketchum), "Check Yes or No" from Danny Wells (George Strait), and Suzanna's new cut for Doug Stone, "Time."

Miss Spring goes to Washington - May 16, 2005

Suzanna Spring heads to Washington, DC with Nashville Songwriters International (NSAI) to meet with members of the Senate and House regarding songwriters issues. She'll be featured in a concert for legislators this week.

Suzanna Spring on Alt-Country Hoedown - April 26, 2005

Suzanna Spring performs this Saturday night at the The End in Nashville for Alt-Country Hoedown

Suzanna Spring interview on Lightning 100 - April 12, 2005

Suzanna Spring was recently interviewed on WRLT-FM, Lightning 100, talking about the Americana Renegades and the April 12 show for Western Beat at the Exit/In. Suzanna sang and played "Dancing on the Moon," from her latest CD, accompanied by fellow renegades Michael Kelsh and Eric Brace from Last Train Home, who each performed songs from their great new albums. The Renegades show starts at 7 tonight--

Suzanna Spring April 12th at Western Beat - April 11, 2005

Suzanna Spring plays at 8:30 pm at the Exit/In in Nashville on April 12, for Western Beat. The show, entitled Americana Renegades, features Suzanna, with bandmate/guitarist extraordinaire Jon Byrd from Atlanta, fiddler Susan Brown, and Don Kerce and Matt Crouse on bass and drums. Fellow Renegades Walt Wilkins, Michael Kelsh, Dan Colehour and Ken Johnson are also playing, and Last Train Home closes the show.

"Time" cut by Doug Stone - March 30, 2005

Suzanna's new song, "Time," cut in October by Lofton Creek recording artist Doug Stone, appears on his new album, "In a Different Light,"
released in March 2005.

Suzanna Spring at Tin Pan South April 7, 2005 - March 29, 2005

Suzanna Spring, folk/rock singer Michael Kelsh, and Birmingham-based singer Ken Johnson perform at Tin Pan South as DARKTOWN, a roots rock band featuring great harmonies, electric guitar virtuoso Jon Byrd and fiddler Susan Brown.
Show starts at 9:30, at Caffeine on Demonbreun in Nashville.

SXSW weekend in Texas - March 23, 2005

A great show at Oslo in Austin--Suzanna played with guitar virtuoso Jon Byrd from Atlanta-- The show included Walt Wilkins, Cindy Bullens, Dawn Parade from the UK and amazing slide guitarist Jeff Lang from OZ.
--Austin has great music, great food, cool art/architecture.
Burrito Deluxe, Charlie Sexton and Jimmy LaFave played just down the street at Opal Divine's.

Suzanna Spring at SXSW - March 14, 2005

Suzanna Spring will be performing at the "Rock & Roots Around the World" show at Oslo on March 19 in Austin, TX for SXSW Music Conference, along with Walt Wilkins, Cindy Bullens, Aussie silde guitarist Jeff Lang, and UK band Dawn Parade--Come on down.
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