In Mashes Sands
Susan Bach is a Brooklyn-born singer/songwriter, whose musical roots are in folk music of the 1960's with a rock/country/pop/blues influence. Recently in from the West Coast, Susan appeared on Queens, NY Public TV studio for a live Performance Interview with host Wes Houston. The show will continue to air throughout 2009 in Queens/Nassau/Suffolk & Poughkepsie. Susan's shows are dynamic with live performances of both her original songs & popular cover songs. Her song "Two Dolphins, Two Pelicans, To Us" is currently being played on 100.5 FM Oyster Radio in Eastpoint, FL. Susan's hope is "for people to hear my music as pure cascading water, where within, one's spirit may rest and one's heart can soar." She also rocks the house with her energenic guitar and voice. Susan's travels and first-hand experience with nature has given her great peace and adventure from living beside the Atlantic Ocean with it's thriving bird sanctuary, to the Florida Keys and swimming with nurse sharks in their natural lagoon habitat. Susan has especially enjoyed resting besides these beautiful creatures mid-day while they napped. Florida's Panhandle gave Susan a unique insight into the "Forgotten Coast", where she wrote many of her songs on her acoustic Ovation guitar. Her CD entitled "In Mashes Sands" was written within a wildlife refuge surrounded by a national forest. Fishing for dinner in the Gulf is one of Susan's favorite ways to relax with the sounds of all creatures at first light and dusk. In Northern California, Susan has enjoyed the great cold surf, while Southern California holds the love of a pure child in her heart. Please enjoy her music & thanks for your support!