Happy New Year!

January 6th, 2016 by Suzy

Welcome to what will hopefully be a fun and happy new year! I have some exciting things in the works that will come out this year – A new EP, some new merch and shows! So stay tuned!

The first show of 2016 is at The Standing Room in Hermosa Beach. This place has the BEST burgers and they make a mean Moscow Mule.

Miss Molly cat approves.

♥ Suzy


Silent Roads

May 5th, 2015 by Suzy

The Light + Shadow Sessions present: Suzy Husner “Silent Roads”
Directed by Rob Mestas, A Shadow Beyond Productions
Audio Engineered by Rob Black, Light Black Productions
Filmed at Media Kitchen Studios, Gardena CA

Enjoy the tune!


New Show with Andy & Renee!

February 9th, 2015 by Suzy

Neil Young Show 2.24.15

Thank you!

August 12th, 2013 by Suzy


What a blast! Thank you to Rob Black and Shawn Jordan for all your hard work. It was such a joy to play music on stage and on the album with you!! Thank you to Russell Somers for playing some mean guitar! Thank you Natalie Noel Wood for opening the show – it’s great to see you back on stage! Thank you to Sal & DK and Suzy’s Bar & Grill for being my musical home! Thanks Mom for making it so festive with Cake and Posters! I really can’t say enough how grateful I am for each and every one of you who made it out and for everyone who has supported me along this journey.

I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect celebration! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For more pics check out my friend Michael Pliskin: http://www.pliskindesigns.com/SuzyHusnerCD/

The Band

Rob Black on Bass, Suzy Husner, Shawn Jordan on Drums


The Marquee at Suzy's


Mom and Dad :)



Growing up

Growing up singing

Thank you

Thank you!

I love you too!

I love you too!


CD Release Party!!

August 9th, 2013 by Suzy


June 4th, 2013 by Suzy


Now Available For Purchase at:

CD Baby



Thank you to all of my Kickstarter Backers, musicians, friends, and family!


All songs written by Suzy Husner
Except ‘Stay’ music written by Mark Armstrong
© Suzy Husner 2013

Produced and Mixed by Rob Black
Recorded at Media Kitchen Studios, Gardena,CA
Mastered by Veneto West, Santa Monica, CA
Executive Producer Ashley Davis

Photography by Lori Anderson Photographers
Design by Mark Armstrong

Suzy Husner: Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals
Rob Black: Bass
Shawn Jordan: Drums, Percussion
Frank Misceo: Electric Guitar on Stay and Help Me
Russell Somers: Lead Guitar on El Coyote
Ainjel Emme: Electric Guitar on Help Me, Backing Vocals on The Wrong Man and Help Me
Kaye Reznick: Backing Vocals on Listen
Natalie Wood: Backing Vocals on Listen


On the Road

May 7th, 2013 by Suzy

Well folks we are one week into our month long tour!

You can follow our progress through video blogs on my facebook page!

First off, let me say THANK YOU to the amazing people that helped me reach my kickstarter fundraising goal! It’s because of you that I’m purchasing a ticket to Copenhagen, returning home from the east coast in June, and releasing a fresh, glossy CD!

The Tour…

On May 1st we packed up the car and had a marathon driving session through to Austin. Freakishly cold weather cancelled our first outdoor gig but the skies cleared for a beautiful Pecan Street Festival show.


Sunday night we went to an open mic at BB Rover’s where we met comedic songwriter Jon Davenport who declared, “you can be a drummer and a grown up, but you can’t be both.” Monday night we went to a beautiful outdoor open mic at House Wine. Over a bottle of wine, we sang to a packed patio and listened to a wealth of talented performers.


Along the way we stopped to see some petroglyphs in Arizona, jumped on backyard trampolines with old friends, did a little disc golfing, ate delicious burgers, and felt the warm hospitality of our Texas friends.

Coming up…

Wednesday May 8th – House Concert, Houston TX 8-10pm

Thursday May 9th – Neutral Ground Coffeehouse, New Orleans LA 10pm

Click the calendar page for details and more dates

Friends and Places…

We are meeting lots of good musicians and finding neat places along the way. Here’s a sampling to check out…

Ryan E. Morris, a great songwriter with a new EP – http://www.reverbnation.com/ryanmorris

Wolvie, a psychedelic rock band with new EP out on vinyl – http://www.reverbnation.com/wolvieatx

Jon Davenport, a comedic songwriter – http://www.drinksonthehouse.com/

Cherrywood Coffeehouse for delicious food – http://www.cherrywoodcoffeehouse.com/

House Wine for a pleasant outdoor open mic – http://www.housewineaustin.com/

And away we go!


Things Are Happening!

April 21st, 2013 by Suzy

Lots of exciting things have been in the works for many months now, and I’m finally able to continue sharing them. Last week, I posted the first set of tour dates to the calendar!


This week, I am launching a Kickstarter Campaign!

I’m aiming to raise $7500 by April 30th!

The funds will go towards:

1. Final costs for the Album, including CD Duplication

2. Gas money for the US Tour this May

3. Travel costs for the European Tour this August

It’s 9 short days to raise money. And if I don’t raise it all I will get nothing.

So Click Here to hear the first track off the new album, view the reasons why I’m doing this and check out the rewards I have lined up to offer in exchange for your support!


Sincerely, thank you,



The Little Women with New Beginnings

March 14th, 2013 by Suzy
Me, Kaye and Natalie

The last few years I’ve had the great joy to be in a band called The Little Women With Big Guitars.

But in a couple of weeks, Kaye Reznick, the founder of our band, will move to Austin and Natalie Wood will have her first child.

Naturally our little band is taking a fairly permanent hiatus.

I am incredibly excited for them! I know they’ll do great! But I admit – I’m super bummed that our era as a band is coming to a close.



I first met Kaye at the Open Mic at Suzy’s Bar & Grill in Hermosa Beach. I heard her play incredible folk songs with the most interesting lyrics woven together that told fables of her times in LA. The strong, low tone of her voice commanded attention in that busy place.

I was just getting back into music again after a long hiatus. I barely spoke into the microphone on that open mic stage but afterwards Kaye came over to ask if I’d like to join a new project she was starting. She saw a lot more potential in me than I did.

Flyer for The TRIP

We had lots of fun gigs with a showcase of talented musicians like Carrie Wade, Davie Gayle, and Nicolette Aubourg, and Anna Bell. We even added a Few Good Men to the lineup in Mike Holmes, Russell Somers, Kapali Long, and David Abrams.

Some months later, at Suzy’s Open mic, Kaye met Natalie in much the same way as she met me. Natalie, a sweet, clear soprano that sang catchy and angst filled songs that continued to play in my head for days and days.

Songsalive! at Hallenbecks

The three of us met to rehearse and after lots of singing and laughter, we just never stopped making plans to play music together. It was all so organic and joyful.

As a group we’ve played lots of local shows from The Lighthouse in Hermosa to Hallenbeck’s in North Hollywood. Viento y Agua in Long Beach to the Citadel Outlets and the El Segundo Car Show.

El Segundo Car Show

We even made a trip to Austin to play at the Pecan Street Festival, which even though it got rained out, was still a great trip together filled with laughter and shows at Austin Java, Kava Bar, and The Carousel Lounge.

Kava Bar in Austin

Our final goodbye show was this past Monday night at our beloved Suzy’s Bar & Grill in Hermosa Beach. The place where it all started. Where we first met each other and the other great friends and musicians that have supported us wholeheartedly.

Russell, Me, Kaye, Natalie at Suzy’s Bar

I’m going to miss this chapter.


The Glamorous Life

February 22nd, 2013 by Suzy

No Cheese :(

Turkey sandwich – no cheese. The exciting lunch break of a recording indie musician.

On the way back from the songwriting retreat last month, I was incredibly inspired by how much we were able to accomplish in a short amount of time. Each pair of songwriters wrote a song each day.

That got me thinking, “how much recording can I get done each day?

With that in mind, we set out to finish recording in the 28 days February provided this year.

With the help of an amazing and dedicated drummer and a hard working producer, we’ve gotten close to our goal. The next 6 days are all about vocals.

After that we still have a lot production work to do but we’re getting so close I can just taste it!

Show Updates!

It’s been a while. I’ve got a few shows coming up and more in the works before the May tour…

Tonight!  8pm – The Americana Music Circle, at Mare’ka in Studio City 

Playing with The Little Women with Big Guitars for one of our last shows as a band, details

Saturday, March 2nd, 8pm-10pm – Viento y Agua, Long Beach

The Little Women with Big Guitars get the whole night! So we’ll be playing solo sets and singing songs together, details 

Thursday, March 7th, 3pm – Anaheim Farmers Market, Anaheim

The Anaheim Farmers Market is hosting a very cool weekly stage featuring local musicians.

For directions and for listing of other acts


Peace out folks! Hope to see some of you soon!