Suzy Q (group)

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Also known as Suzy Q
Origin Montréal, Canada
Genres Post-disco, Hi-NRG, Eurobeat
Years active 1981–1989
Labels J.C. Records (Canada)
Atlantic (US)

Suzy Q was a Canadian studio project created by Jerry Cucuzzella. Female vocalists include Michelle Mills and Angie Vileno.[1] The group is best known for their song "Get on Up and Do It Again" which entered two Billboard charts.[2]


Originally, "Get on Up and Do It Again" was recorded in 1981 with Michelle Mills as the main vocalist and reached number 4 on the Billboard at the end of June Club chart and number 64 on the R&B chart.[2][3] [4] In December 1981, "With Your Love"/"Tonight" peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Club chart.[5]

In 1985, Suzy Q covered a song "Harmony" which was written by Geoff Bastow and Giorgio Moroder.

In 1986, Suzy Q recorded an italo-disco/hi-NRG song and club hit called "Can't Live Without Your Love", peaking at number 19 on the Billboard Club chart, which was written by Giovanni D'Orazio and Antonio Bentivegna.[2]

Between years 1987 and 1989, Suzy Q recorded a couple of eurobeat/hi-NRG songs for J.C. Records, then the group split up.


Studio albums[edit]

Year Album US CA
1981 Get On Up And Do It Again
1982 Don't You Stop That Feeling
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.


Year Song U.S.[2] U.S. R&B[2] U.S. Dance[2] U.S. Dance Sales[2]
1981 "Get on Up Do It Again" #64 #4
1982 "Get on Up" #12
"I Can't Give You More"
"Come Let's Have A Party "
"Tonight" (Remix)
1983 "Don't You Stop The Feeling"
1985 "Harmony"
"Computer Music"
1986 "Can't Live Without Your Love" #10 #19
1987 "Don't Come Crying To Me"
1989 "Fun Fun"
"Shake, Shake, Shake"
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Discogs: Suzy Q". Discogs. Retrieved 2011-08-26. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Billboard: Suzy Q". Billboard, Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-08-26. 
  3. ^ Suzie Q album cover photos and credits-RFC\Atlantic Records Jerry Cuccazella; producer
  4. ^ "Joel Withburn's Hot Dance Disco 1974-2003"
  5. ^ "Joel Withburn's Hot Dance Disco 1974-2003"