Suzie Brown and Scot Sax – Tickets – World Cafe Live – Wilmington Upstairs – Wilmington, DE – November 20th, 2014

Suzie Brown and Scot Sax

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Suzie Brown and Scot Sax

Jesse Terry

Thu · November 20, 2014

8:00 pm

World Cafe Live - Wilmington Upstairs

$12.00

This event is all ages

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Suzie Brown and Scot Sax
Suzie Brown and Scot Sax
While contemplating your goal of being a music star, it's smart to have something to fall back on. For singer-songwriter Suzie Brown, that meant getting her MD at Harvard, a Master of Science in Translational Research from the University of Pennsylvania, then practicing cardiology. That's right, Brown—whose first full-length, Heartstrings, drops May 24—is no slacker. And it's with that same resolve that she decided one day to defer her dream no longer. There’s no disputing that Brown works hard, but her material isn’t exactly a tough sell. The string-soaked "Heartstrings" is an ode to unrequited love that's a throwback to the work of Patsy Cline. The bluesy "What You Do to Me" is an end-of-the-night jukebox crooner. The jaunty "I'll Be Gone" sounds like a hand-clapping anthem out of KT Tunstall's catalog. A chance encounter with Philly folk-jazz singer Amos Lee at the Newport Folk Festival would prove most fortuitous. In addition to being a source of moral support, Lee would introduce her to his producer, Barrie Maguire, who went on to helm Heartstrings. Her burgeoning career moved at a rapid pace. By early 2009, she sold out her first solo show at the Tin Angel. Before long, she was opening for Lyle Lovett at the local concert hall. In two years, she’s gone from composing her first song to releasing her first full-length album. Says Brown, "I can't believe this is my life."
Jesse Terry
Jesse Terry is an internationally award-winning singer-songwriter whose transcendent life and music make him one of the most prolific indie artists today; his intimacy with audiences, sincerity, and approachability solidifying him as a favorite at nationwide live venues and concert series. With three full-length albums, The Runner, Empty Seat On A Plane, and Stay Here With Me, this salt of the earth musician’s lyrical mastery, emotional depth, and soothing voice have often been compared to the likes of Ryan Adams, Jackson Browne, Ray LaMontagne, and James Taylor, reaching deep into listeners’ hearts to envelope them in shared joy, sadness, love, and unrelenting hope. The Grand Prize winner of The John Lennon Songwriting Contest, The NSAI/CMT Song Contest, and The We Are Listening Singer/Songwriter Awards, he has garnered worldwide acclaim including the elite honor of performing for US and NATO troops stationed at Thule Air Base in Greenland, and an official endorsement by Stonebridge Guitars International.
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live - Wilmington Upstairs
500 N. Market St.
Wilmington, DE, 19801
http://queen.worldcafelive.com/