MP3 Suzanne Buirgy - A Small Word
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A compelling mix of folk, rock and pop that makes for a uniquely classic yet edgy and passionate listening experience.
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Singer-songwriter Suzanne Buirgy is a native Californian whose blend of folk, rock, and pop music styles make for a uniquely classic yet edgy and passionate listening experience. Described in Billboard as having a "raw from-the-gut sound," and in the Advocate as an artist who can "rock your world or break your heart," Buirgy's musical roots are deep and varied.
On her own by the age of 16, Buirgy began her career in musical theater as part of an ensemble cast in the long-running Los Angeles musical review, A 5-6-7-8 Take Two. At 18 she won a principle role in the New York Shakespeare Festival's first touring company of Pirates of Penzance and traveled extensively throughout the United States. She made her way into the rock and roll arena playing L.A. venues that included The Troubadour, the Whisky, and the Roxy as lead singer for the all-girl band, The Riveters. Ultimately, she co-wrote and starred in a musical called The Story Goes..., based on her life and https://www.tradebit.comted in Billboard as an artist whose voice "hints at a live show that kicks serious butt," Buirgy brings her own unique blend of drama and edge to her performances.
Buirgy's 1998 CD, A SMALL WORD, was released to critical acclaim and features a duet with one of her musical heroes, Janis Ian. In 1999, Buirgy was a winner in the Kerrville Folk Festival's New Folk Competition, an accomplishment she shares with past winners: John Gorka, Lucinda Williams, and Lyle Lovett. Buirgy's upcoming CD, The View From Here, is scheduled for a March 2001 release.
Through every phase of her career, Buirgy has written songs and ultimately hopes to reach her audience with heartfelt stories that resonate with her own personal truths. "I started to write songs for the same reason that most writers do. I needed a way to communicate my own experiences and I wanted to give a voice to others who have shared the same feelings I've had."