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Suzanne Lorge

Suzanne Lorge is a Manhattan-based singer and writer.

Suzanne was singing folk, pop, and jazz in small clubs and hotels in the D.C/Baltimore/Annapolis area and doing backup on local recordings when Paul Reed Smith, founder of PRS Guitars, tapped her to be the lead singer for his new R&B rock band, Dangerous Rhythm. Always eager to visit unexplored singing terrain, she traded in her vintage dresses for black jeans and started gigging at local rock clubs and concert venues.

The first watershed moment in Suzanne’s career happened during an interview with Rolling Stone journalist J.D. Considine, who listened to one of Dangerous Rhythm’s first demos. “I don’t hear anything very dangerous here,” he said, puzzled.

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”...a light, horn-like tone...strong scat chops...” —NYC Jazz Record