|Birth name||Susie Suh|
Susie Suh (born in Los Angeles, California) is a Korean-American adult alternative / folk-rock singer-songwriter. Her music is often compared to Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, and Aimee Mann. Suh cites Joni Mitchell and Beth Gibbons among her influences.
Her debut album, Susie Suh, was produced by Glen Ballard and released on Epic Records in 2005. Five songs from that album were used on the TV series One Tree Hill, among them Recognition, "All I Want" and Light On My Shoulder.
Following her debut, Suh released The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 1 - EP, 3 songs in 2009 with The Bakman Tapes being released in 2011.
"Here with Me" was featured on The Blacklist television series, Season 1, episode 3; Wujing (No.84) (2013).
In 2015, "Good Times" was featured on the final episode of the second season of NBC's The Night Shift.
Suh attended Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, graduating in 1997 and The Mountain School in Vershire, VT, and then attended Brown University, where she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English.
- Susie Suh - (2005)
- The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 1 - EP (2009)
- 1. Feather In The Wind - 4:01
- 2. Good Times - 4:25
- 3. Why - 4:17
- The Bakman Tapes - (2011)
- 1. Feather in the Wind
- 2. Good Times
- 3. Why
- 4. In the Moonlight
- 5. Winter
- 6. Love is on the way
- 7. Love.Love.Love.Love
- 8. I Do
- 9. Canopy
- 10. Like a Prayer [Live at Joe's Pub] (bonus track on The Complete Edition)
- Here with Me - (2014)
- 1. Here with Me (feat. Robot Koch) - 3:58
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