Suzanna Choffel

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  • Suzanna Choffel

    This show was on Sep 19th, 2014 | 36 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Sep 19
      Good performer, songs are of her writing, and I am not well versed in what she does. Not fair to comment on the songs.
    • Sep 20
      would like to leave zero stars since that is what I saw ZERO. none of the browsers could broadcast the show and even though there was an error msg about the player not initializing - this was never fixed before the show was over. This review has no reflection on the performer who I have seen many times. But it sure makes me wonder about another concert window performance.
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Having shared stages with the likes of Emeli Sandé and Norah Jones, Choffel feels equally at home singing in a dimly lit, smoky club as she does in front of (literally) millions. Suzanna’s award-winning songwriting and unpredictable path have landed her in the middle of the action in the indie film Catfish (now an MTV series), rapping with Ben Haggerty in her college years in Santa Fe, and... more

Having shared stages with the likes of Emeli Sandé and Norah Jones, Choffel feels equally at home singing in a dimly lit, smoky club as she does in front of (literally) millions. Suzanna’s award-winning songwriting and unpredictable path have landed her in the middle of the action in the indie film Catfish (now an MTV series), rapping with Ben Haggerty in her college years in Santa Fe, and winning over fans on NBC’s popular primetime program, The Voice. Adam Levine calls Choffel’s style “refreshingly unique,” while Rolling Stone claims she’s “a woman who knows her own voice,” placing her in a sphere with Stevie Nicks and Emmylou Harris.

With a name inspired by Leonard Cohen’s “Suzanne,” she grew up steeped in her parents’ ‘70s LP collection and cultivated an interest in pop, soul, jazz, reggae and more, before leaving her native Austin, Texas for New York City. Now splitting her time between these two music centers, Suzanna has quickly established herself in the NYC music scene. “I got this real creative energy moving here,” she says, high in anticipation of her brand new album.

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