Recent press articles about Susannah B, and reviews of her music.



Susannah’s interview in Action Magazine (Jan/Feb 2019 issue) is full of wit, wisdom and personal insight.

How would you describe your fashion sense?

Oh God … “Cool Mom?” I don’t know!

If you could talk to your 13-year-old self, what would you tell her?

I would tell her that life can be really hard — lonely, overwhelming, painful, & sad — but it can also be full of incredible beauty and joy and true miracles. And what you focus on really does make a difference. If you make a list of three things you are grateful for every day, it will change your life. Be a “glass half-full” kind of person.

Click here to read the full interview


Susannah was interviewed for ArtQuench: 

In speaking with Susannah I found a bright, intuitive and sensitive person who has learned many lessons on her journey and is incorporating the understanding of those lessons into her music.

Click here to read the interview, “ArtQuench Presents Susannah B, a Multi-Talented Creative Soul

the eden magazine

Susannah was the cover story for the June 2018 edition of Eden Magazine:

I write a lot of songs about inner soul-searching and spiritual concepts like forgiveness, conscious choices, and gratitude.

Click here to read the interview, “An Artist’s Artistic Legacy 

women fitness

For Women Fitness, Susannah talked about channeling her music to stay healthy and fit:

I created these songs to be uplifting and positive and even somewhat spiritual, in an “Oprah-friendly” kind of way.

Click here to read the entire article on

Listen to Far More


“What makes this artist so special to me, is the way she showcases her pleasant vocals. Susannah B’s new album ‘Far More’ has an added value due to its unique and eclectic instrumentation. In practice, this makes it difficult to classify her tunes in a specific genre. Furthermore, this album reveals her chameleonic abilities. Her delicate singing voice could hypnotize you on tracks like “I Am Here” and “Spirits In The Material World,” while on the other hand, I like the enthusiasm she brings in “I Just Want To Celebrate.” Without even pausing to question, she is vamping up her vocals like no other, and carrying the female empowerment message. Therefore, turning out to be very contemporary.”Electrowow

“Music just doesn’t get any more moving than Susannah B’s bewitching sound. I’ve dabbled in pretty much every genre under the sun and I’ve never found a musician that’s essence is this uplifting, it’s almost chilling.” —A&R Factory

“It’s a message that many people need to hear and it’s nice to see a wonderful artist like her use substantial lyricism to deliver this memo to today's generation and that’s digestible for a wide audience range.”Buzz Music

Read the entire unpublished Buzz Music interview with Susannah.