A Saskatoon native living in Toronto, Canada, Suzie Vinnick is the owner of a gorgeous, powerful
voice and performs with a sweet mixture of engaging candidness and unparalleled musicianship.
Suzie’s recent accolades include:
- Winner of CBC’s Saturday Night Blues 2012 Great Canadian Blues Award
- 2012 Sirius XM Canada Blues Artist of the Year
- two 2012 Maple Blues Awards (for a total of 8)
- 2011 Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Singer of the Year
- nominated for a 2012 JUNO in the Blues Album of Year Category for her album Me ‘n’ Mabel (3rd Juno nomination in 4 years)
- 2010 and 2005 1st place winner in the Blues Category of the International Songwriting Competition
Suzie performs powerfully as a solo act, as a duo or as a full band. She has toured nationally with Stuart McLean’s The Vinyl Café and the John McDermott Band. Suzie made her New York City debut in 2011 supporting John Hammond at a free outdoor stage in Madison Square Park Conservancy and has performed for Canadian Peacekeepers in Bosnia and the Persian Gulf.
She was also the voice of Tim Horton’s for 5 years. Suzie’s latest full-length release is a solo acoustic blues album entitled Me ‘n’ Mabel which was produced by Danny Greenspoon; and in May 2012 she released Live At Bluesville which includes 8 blues, roots and gospel songs that were recorded by Bill Wax at Sirius/XM in Washington, DC.