Suzanne Stevens (born 1950) is a Canadian singer, based in Montreal and active during the 1970s and 1980s. She won the Juno Award for Most Promising Female Vocalist of the Year in 1975. Her best-known song is a disco-styled remake of the 1965 Barbara Lewis hit "Make Me Your Baby." In 1983, she also recorded, under her stage name "Lustt", an Italo-disco version of the song "Pillow Talk", originally of Sylvia Robinson.
- 1973: En route (Capitol)
- 1975: Love's the Only Game in Town (Capitol)
- 1976: Moi, de la tête aux pieds (Capitol)
- 1978: Stardust Lady (Capitol)
- 1979: Les nuits sont trop longues (Capitol)
- 1983: Get to You (Tojo)
- Pillow Talk, Essential Media Afw, 2012-08-29, retrieved 2016-05-06
- Downey, Donn (21 September 1978). "Television: For Lovers Only a soft touch". The Globe and Mail. p. 19.
- The Canadian Encyclopedia: Lou Snider
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