Susie Tallman

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Susie Tallman is a singer and recording artist known for recording children's music.

Education[edit]

Tallman graduated UCLA with a B.A. in voice performance. Tallman then spent several years in Europe, singing with a number of choirs in Paris. She returned to the US several years later, training at the New England Conservatory Workshop in Boston.[1]

Career[edit]

Before founding her children's music record label, Rock Me Baby Records, Tallman sang backup for a number of other artists, including Cheap Trick and Ronnie Spector.

Tallman's recent albums are mostly adaptations of works for children's sensibilities. Her album, Children's Songs: A Collection of Childhood Favorites, for example, consists of 38 traditional folk songs and nursery rhymes adapted into short tunes.[1]

Awards[edit]

Tallman's first CD, Lullabye Themes for Sleepy Dreams sold about 40,000 copies, and won a Gold Award (music) from the Parents' Choice Foundation in 2001.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ♫ Children's Songs, A Collection of Childhood Favorites - Susie Tallman. Listen @cdbaby, retrieved 2017-10-03

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