Bifurcation in and of itself isn’t a rarity, but Suzie Brown’s story is a head-turner. Working as a part-time cardiologist at Nashville’s Vanderbilt, the singer-songwriter pursues a career in folk artistry during her off-time.
Known for her gutting sensitivity and lush songwriting skill…
Suzie Brown has some pretty cool bullet points on her résumé. This multi-hyphenate is not only a cardiologist and TEDMED speaker, she’s also a up-and-coming Americana star. - John Soltes
The singing doctor allows that most of her medical colleagues don’t know the “dirty little secret” that she has the voice of an angel and can play a good guitar.
Brown offers up a rather intimate portrayal of motherhood, but even for someone without kids, the messages and thread lines are profound and commanding. - Jason Scott
Distinctive alto and irresistible melodies. - Amy McCarthy
Brown’s style is a touch of Folk, a touch of Americana mixed with a light country feel and rockabilly...I strongly suggest you seek this one, especially if you are sick of the same old country that is played on the radio today.
Nashville’s Suzie Brown is a name you’re most likely at least a bit familiar with. She’s a singer, songwriter, Harvard-educated cardiologist, mother, and, until recently, a fellow-215er
Suzie Brown brings a beautiful voice and genre-mixing prowess to Almost There...Brown’s unadorned, beautiful alto voice helps keep consistency throughout the diversity of the album.
(Almost There) sounds like the sun-soaked product of a front porch jam session. - Emily Maxwell
About the song 28 Days, from 'Almost There': "This hauntingly beautiful ballad is surrounded on the album by a nice mix of catchy country pop songs that will get your feet tapping and body moving.
A cardiologist who turned to singing and songwriting just a few short years ago, Suzie Brown has made quite an impact and you can see just why when listening to this her second album.
The cardiologist turned singer-songwriter shines with heart-filled vocals on an album full of rootsy, laidback tracks.
Suzie Brown's latest album, "Almost There," gets its power from the tension between its catchy country-pop melodies and its unsatisfied alt-folk lyrics.
Almost There is more than an excellent follow-up to Heartstrings; it’s almost a reinvention of Suzie Brown herself. Brown and her sweet, twangy, acoustic style have matured.
There's nothing common about this rising talent.
Suzie's record (Almost There) is wonderful, Suzie is wonderful. I heartily approve.
Her achy-breaky lyrics and blues twang have made Brown a local favorite with serious national appeal.