Suzanna Ross

Recording Artist & Live Shows

Suzanna Ross is a singer-songwriter based in NYC where she has performed at leading jazz and cabaret venues. She sings and writes (words and music) in both English and French. An established vocalist in the genres of jazz, pop, French chansons, and bossa nova, her songs have reached 850,000+ streams on Spotify. The most recent song she wrote is Upstairs, with a French version, a l'etage. (Upstairs reached some 100,000 streams in the first few weeks after release.)

Suzanna produced a virtual show during the pandemic - Make a Brand New Start - with renowed pianist and arranger, Tedd Firth. She also co-produced a CD (Bewitched-Not Bothered, Not Bewildered) with MAC-winner, Gregory Toroian, that received 20+  reviews in top magazines (e.g., Music Connection, Cabaret Scenes, Jazziz, LA Jazz Scene). She has been interviewed online and for radio. Working with some of NYC's finest musicians, she has performed at the Metropolitan Room, Trumpets (NJ), Don't Tell Mama, Triad, Tomi Jazz, Pangea.

Suzanna's own jazz-fusion song, Don't Like Cryin', was Song of the Day on All About Jazz, and her cover of Ces petits riens was Song of the Day on Jazziz. 

Suzanna Ross' songs (words, music, vocals) include: Upstairs, a l'etage, There's No Tellin', Don't Like Cryin', After the Dancing Ends, Change Me, Change moi, Make a Brand-New Start, and Pour toi je chanterai.



Behind-the-Scenes: song-writing & Recording

Press / Reviews

She's played some of the premier New York City clubs... and does so again with class and impeccable taste. If you close your eyes, you may think the spirit of Edith Piaf has been awakened, especially when she sings in French... a first-rate musical journey."” - Ellen Woloshin

— Music Connection

"She had me at Bewitched! Not the Songbook standard that Suzanna Ross' clever album title humorously references, but a snappy, sexy, and swinging bass vocal-driven twist on the classic TV show theme, little heard lyrics and all... wonderfully fresh interpretations... not only an engaging debut but a true master class in jazz eclecticism."” - Jonathan Widran

— The JW Vibe

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