“Suzahn is a wonderful teller of stories through words and song, and a great guitar player with a rich and colorful voice. Her ability to write and play in so many styles so well, is a sight to behold.” – Richard Adler, 4-time Grammy winning producer, Nashville, TN

Suzahn Fiering is a successful songwriter, international touring artist and educator. Suzahn is the consummate songwriter with success in many genres of acoustic music and an uncanny ability to bring them together seamlessly with her outstanding guitar ability, inventive, well-crafted original songs, great guitar chops and a smoky, soulful voice.

With over 20 network TV shows playing her Country and Americana songs in over 40 countries (The Oprah Winfrey Show, Desperate Housewives, National Geographic, Disney, BET and more) music in over a dozen indie films and many national jingles (USA) as well as in the Baseball Hall of Fame, Suzahn is well recognized for both her Country influenced Americana as well as her jazz and blues infused acoustic tunes.

Suzahn’s lyrics are like short stories set to music, each a page from a steamy novel revealing hidden secrets of everyday lives. In performance Suzahn weaves humor with poignant stories of trials and triumphs of a life in music while traversing the globe performing at festivals, clubs, colleges, house concerts and leading Master Classes.

A long-time resident of Nashville, TN, Suzahn hails from New York City where she cut her teeth in the Greenwich Village Folk Scene as part of the Fast Folk Records, now included in the Folkways collection at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C.

From studio to stage, Suzahn has worked with a stellar list of who’s who in the acoustic music world including Sam Bush, David Berman and the Silver Jews, Shawn Colvin, Suzanne Vega, Richard Julian, Eric Anderson, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Christine Lavin, Dave VanRonk and Sean Lennon to name a few. She has appeared at top venues and Festivals in the US and Europe like NYC Folk Festival, The Clearwater Festival, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, The Birmingham Starbucks Festival (UK), The Brighton Festival (UK)  the Marbella Festival, Spain; Festival de la Terre (Paris, France) and many more.