Sue Horowitz

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Sue Horowitz

Sue Horowitz – Soulful, heart-opening lyrical folk.

With a voice as warm as honey whiskey, and a vibe as confident as a tree with deep roots, Sue Horowitz writes songs about everyday struggles and joys and makes them meaningful and resonant. Her stories in song are poignant, heart-felt, hilarious, rousing, timely and timeless. With one foot planted firmly in the spiritual Jewish music world, and the other (relatively newly) planted in the new Folk world, Sue has 15 years of national touring experience, from large festivals to congregations to intimate house concerts. This Ithaca, NY and York Beach, ME artist has 5 albums of original music, and her latest album, “Strings, Wings and Curious Things” topped the Folk Radio Charts. Sue’s sound is a blend of Americana and Folk, while also drawing influences from blues and classic rock, making each song unique.
Sue Horowitz- A weaver of melodies, crafter of lyrics, player of heartstrings

Radio Play: Strings, Wings and Curious Things album debuted at #3 on FAI charts, Sue Horowitz charted as Artist at #4 on FAI charts, January single charted at #2 and #4 on FAI charts, several other charting singles. Featured performer: Jon Stein’s Hootenanny Café, Home Brew, Jewish Rock Radio

Songwriting: Mid-Atlantic Song Contest (w/Jillian Matundan) (Fall in New England)- Finalist and Honorable mention, POSI Awards Finalist (w/Kyra Goldman) (Won’t Always Be This Way), Commissioned Song, Women Cantor’s Network 2021 (Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof, Justice You Shall Pursue)

Publications: Ruach, CCAR Haggadah, Complete Jewish Songbook for Children, Jewish Songs of Protest and Hope, Kol Isha Songbook

Notable appearances: Club Passim, Finalist- Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist Showcase, DJ Showcases at NERFA and FARM, John Platt’s On Your Radar Rockwood Music Hall, Colorscapes Festival (with Autumn Sun Band), opener for Vance Gilbert

Music by Sue Horowitz

  • Shine a Light
Sue Horowitz — Shine a Light
  • Here I Am
Sue Horowitz — Here I Am
  • Peace Song
Sue Horowitz — Peace Song
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