Eddie Owen Presents: Caroline Aiken and Suzanne Slair
Live at Red Clay Music Foundry
Friday, November 10th at 8PM
Caroline releases her 9th CD: BROKEN WINGS HEAL with special guests Emily Saliers (Indigo Girls), John Keane (GRAMMY nominated producer and musician), Michelle Malone, Ike Stubblefield (Legendary Motown B3) and Randall Bramblett (Bonnie Raitt, Steve Winwood, Allman Brothers).
“The Best Acoustic Act”
– Atlanta Mag
“CA tears her 12 string a whole new consciousness”
– Blue Suede News
“Sensual voice, masterful songwriting, expert guitar”
– Victory Music Seattle
“Caroline is one of Atlanta’s most talented and respected performing songwriters. I guarantee absolute joy..”
– Eddie Owen, RED CLAY MUSIC FOUNDRY
Suzanne will be performing with her full band that includes the Grammy Nominated John Keane!
Suzanne Slair’s second cd, “NOWHERE ROAD” drops 10.6.17.
Producued by Grammy nominated John Keane, it has already acclaimed a John Lennon Songwriting Award.
From that album, “Stink-Eye” features fiddler, Nicky Sanders from Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers, has already
racked up over a million listens on souncloud!
Singing and songwriting professionally since the age of 6 in her hometown of Calgary, Canada, Suzanne recorded and performed in hundreds of folk festivals and concerts at a very early age.
She also performed in the Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics as a child, studied music at the Royal Conservatory of Canada, and then the AMDA conservatory in New York City.
Her signature Blazin’ V Guitar was released at NAMM 2012
“2017 John Lennon Songwriting Award in Folk” ~ JLSC
“Suzanne Slair’s tell it like it is Punk Folk Rock Americana is addictive and catchy!” ~ Caroline Aiken
“Suzanne’s full band that includes the Grammy Nominated John Keane, and a string section to swoon over” ~ S.I.R. Hollywood
“You know what it takes to put together a great band?
You know what it takes to find a voice so sensual and raw yet powerful? You know what it takes to write an album full of classic catchy songs?
Well, that is exactly what Suzanne Slair has done, and it really rocks.” ~Rick Seigal, OnlineTV