Patty Ryan

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Patty Ryan
Also known as Susi
Born (1961-05-06) 6 May 1961 (age 57)
Wuppertal, West Germany
Genres Italo disco, Euro disco, Europop
Occupation(s) singer, composer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1981–present (singer)
2005–2006 (songwriter)
Labels Otre-Media
Associated acts Modern Talking, C. C. Catch, London Boys, Bad Boys Blue, Danuta Lato, Gina T, Susi & die Rockets

Patty Ryan is a German singer best known for her Europop song "You're My Love, You're My Life" from 1986. She also sang the hits "Stay With Me Tonight", "Love is the Name of the Game", and "I Don't Wanna Lose You Tonight" (all from her debut album Love is the Name of the Game). Her style is similar to that of bands like Modern Talking, London Boys, and Bad Boys Blue (she has also on occasion collaborated with Modern Talking's Dieter Bohlen). Some of the songs from her debut album resemble Modern Talking songs considerably, You're My Love, You're My Life (You're My Heart, You're My Soul), I'm Feeling So Blue (There's Too Much Blue In Missing You), and the song Chinese Eyes even is based around melodies from "You're My Heart, You're My Soul". She also sang Danuta Lato's hit "Touch My Heart".

Ryan had her start in music business with the rockabilly formation Susi & die Rockets, which also participated in the ZDF-Hitparade in 1981 with the song Dieses Haus ist kein Bahnhof (German version of Sweet Lolita from the british rockabilly band Matchbox).

Patty Ryan's newest releases are the 2005 CD single "I Gave You All My Love", the 2006 compilation All The Best (Otre-Media), the hits "Ohne Zweifel" (2004), and "Lass mir doch mal meinen Spass" (2005) in Germany.


  • Love Is The Name Of The Game 1987
  • Top Of The Line 1988
  • All The Best 2006


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