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Thursday, March 13 • 8:00pm - 8:30pm
Susan Cowsill

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Susan Cowsill’s solo album Just Believe It won critical praise from titans of the music industry. Besides an uncanny knack for getting to the heart and soul of songwriting, Cowsill’s voice has been praised for her throaty, seasoned vocals. The Washington Post has called Susan Cowsill’s voice an “impressive instrument, hitting the notes-between-the-notes, the subtle tones that are so emotionally complex.” Susan Cowsill made her initial mark on popular culture at the tender age of eight with The Cowsills, the 60s family pop group that not only scored Top Ten singles The Rain the Park and Other Things, Hair and We Can Fly but also served as the real-life inspiration for TV's fictional Partridge Family. During Susan’s decade with New Orleans’ roots-pop supergroup The Continental Drifters, she won the hearts of discerning listeners with her impassioned vocals and personally-charged songwriting, gracing three widely-acclaimed albums and a decade’s worth of riveting performances. OffBeat Magazine named Susan Cowsill Best Female Vocalist and the Susan Cowsill Band was named Best Roots/Rock/Country Band at the OffBeat Music Awards in New Orleans, LA, January 2008. Wet Bank Guide (September 2007) called Susan Cowsill’s Katrina song, Crescent City Snow, “arguably the best of the lot. It is the anthem we have all been waiting for. To hear it is to want to buy it.” (New Orleans Musicians Relief benefit CD ReDefine) Susan Cowsill was the Winner in Best Roots Rock category at Big Easy Awards on April 24, 2007.Susan Cowsill was named Best Female Vocalist, and New Orleans’ OffBeat Magazine named The Susan Cowsill Band Best Roots/Rock Band in January 2008.

Thursday March 13, 2008 8:00pm - 8:30pm CDT
Central Presbyterian Church 200 E 8th St

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