Susie Suh

Susie Suh

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Susie Suh (born in Los Angeles, California) is a Korean-American adult alternative/folk-rock singer-songwriter. Her music is often compared to Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, and Aimee Mann. Suh cites Joni Mitchell and Beth Gibbons among her influences.<sup></sup>

Her debut album, Susie Suh, was produced by Glen Ballard and released on Epic Records in 2005. Off that album 5 songs have been used on One Tree Hill, such as Recognition and Light On My Shoulder.

"Shell," from her self-titled release, was featured on the soundtrack of the 2005 film Must Love Dogs. A one minute crop of it was bundled with Sony Ericsson W800 mobile phones.

Following her debut, Suh released The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 1 - EP, 3 songs in 2009 with The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 2 - EP being released in 2010.


  • Susie Suh (2005)
  • "The Bakman Tapes, Pt. 1 - EP" (2009)
    • Feather In The Wind - 4:01
    • Good Times - 4:25
    • Why - 4:17

  • "The Bakman Tapes"(2010)
    • 1.Feather in the Wind
    • 2.Good Times
    • 3.Why
    • 4.In the Moonlight
    • 5.Winter
    • 6.Love is on the way
    • 7.Love Love Love
    • 8.I do
    • 9.Canopy


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  • by NPR
  • James Hunter, "Anti-Diva", Believer, June/July 2005.

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