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Susan Cowsill

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The Susan Cowsill Band, named "Best Roots Rock Band in New Orleans,"
Recreates Revolver at the Saxon Pub.

(Austin, Texas) - Covered in Vinyl is a concept show The Susan Cowsill Band has been doing for several years. For the first time they are bringing this concept to Austin to perform The Beatles album Revolver although Susan herself is no strange to the Austin music scene. Besides an uncanny knack for getting to the heart and soul of songwriting, Cowsill's voice has been praised for her throaty, seasoned vocals. Along with her husband and drummer Russ Broussard,
Susan and band will provide an evening of fun with the familiar and an unparalleled depth of expression and feeling. The show will be on June 12 from 9 -11:30 p.m. at the Saxon Pub, 1320 S. Lamar Blvd. Call (512) 448-2552 for more information or go to www.thesaxonpub.com.

For other publicity materials, jpgs, on-air and phone interview requests please
contact Cash Edwards at 512/447-0544 or CashEdwards@austin.rr.com.
posted 7 years ago
Susan Cowsill Highlights NOLA Songfest

NOLA’s Susan Cowsill will join master songwriter Jimmy Webb, (By The Time I Get To Phoenix, Wichita Lineman, Up Up And Away, Macarthur Park), on Friday December 5th and Saturday December 6th, at the New Orleans Songwriters’ Festival. The sponsor of this event is The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Since its inception 80 years ago, ASCAP has been representing songwriters, composers, and publishers. The purpose of the New Orleans Songwriters Festival is to promote interaction between New Orleans and Louisiana-based writers and writers from around the world.

April 21, 2009 will mark the release of Susan’s second recording, currently titled “Lighthouse.” In all, she has graced more than 150 albums, amounting to well over 10 million recordings sold.

During Susan’s decade with New Orleans’ roots-pop super group The Continental Drifters, her personally charged songwriting graced three widely acclaimed albums and a decade’s worth of riveting performances. Susan’s vocal talents have supported recordings from artists as diverse as Dwight Twilley, Nanci Griffith, T-Rex, Giant Sand, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Carlene Carter. The Bangles and Hootie and the Blowfish have covered her compositions.

Susan’s 2005 solo album, Just Believe It, is being re-released, remastered and remixed in 2009. The Cowsills - with original members and siblings Bob, Susan and Paul Cowsill- will embark upon a major world tour in early 2009 in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the group’s 1969 smash hit, “Hair.”

Susan’s husband, NOLA drummer Russ Broussard, Bob’s son Ryan Cowsill, Paul’s son Brendan Cowsill, and bassist Tad Armstrong will round out the group.

The tour will visit more than 60 cities around the globe and include television, literary and sponsorship components.

posted 8 years ago
Susan Cowsill Band Adds Best Roots Rock Award to Vocalist Honors

New Orleans' music magazine OffBeat staged its annual Best of the Beat Awards at
the House of Blues and awarded Susan Cowsill honors for Best Country-Folk-Roots
Rock Band or Performer on January 18. Cowsill also won Best Female Vocalist Honors at an earlier ceremony. The evening’s highlights included a performance by lifetime achievement award winner Wardell Quezergue and his New Orleans Rhythm and Blues Revue featuring guest stars Jean Knight, Dorothy Moore and Shannon McNally.

2008 began with Cowsill garnering top honors in the Big Easy as musical artists still struggle to bring music home almost three years post Katrina. Cowsill suffered devastating personal losses with the death of her older brother, Barry Cowsill, in the floodwaters. She has vowed to stay on and dedicated her OffBeat Awards to the City of New Orleans.

“I am giving these awards back to New Orleans,” Cowsill said. “We will share them as we move forward both in joy and in pain and rebuild this city.”

Susan Cowsill’s solo album Just Believe It won critical praise from titans of the music industry. Besides an uncanny knack for getting to ... (+) expand
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marcusvector (level 19) wrote:
Such a warm, expressive voice. Incredible cover of Don't Worry Baby. Brought something new and beautiful to great oldie.
7 years ago
fraisylady (level 37) wrote:
a friend on his radio and here I am for listening more... rock spirit is still alive
travelling across emotion ocean tks
7 years ago
katthryn (level 35) wrote:
You rock! Thanks for visiting Houston this summer....see you in September.
7 years ago
boomm31 (level 15) wrote:
You're amazing!1 keep doing what you do best.
7 years ago
zirconet (level 36) wrote:
Bye from Italy
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
Love your music!!!
7 years ago
Terri56IN (level 12) wrote:
keep playing the rockin tunes, Susan:)
7 years ago
sirkeystone (level 26) wrote:
So glad to see you still performing! I still have Captain Sad and His Ship of Fools around here somewhere....
8 years ago
lemltd98 (level 24) wrote:
It seems every year that goes by you get better and better. Congrats on your achievements and keep rockin'!
8 years ago
Ian Leith wrote:
Viva los Hijos de Playas!
8 years ago
tissy (level 4) wrote:
Love your music!!! Great voice!!
8 years ago
lupsandtnks (level 4) wrote:
I love your music!
8 years ago
8 ears wrote:

we are from kuala lumpur, malaysia. please sample our songs. if you like what you hear, you can download them from iTunes or AmazonMP3.

thanks for listening.

8 ears.

P.S. sorry for the SPAM.
9 years ago
Barb (level 22) wrote:
Knock on their ears in Austin at SXSW, Susan! Have a great time and tell your brothers their fans say 'Hi!'
9 years ago
Suzen JueL Resistance wrote:
Great Music WOman........really really really groovin on this!
9 years ago
mrts (level 31) wrote:
Keep up the good work... I wish they would book you for the Hideout at the Houston Rodeo where we get to dance in the dome (maybe in 09). Rock on!
9 years ago
DrKate (level 11) wrote:
Susan Cowsill deserves commercial success more than any other artist I know. She has more than "paid her dues". That "Just Believe It" was released shortly before Katrina hit was such unfortunate timing but I still have hope that it will "make it". Rolling Stone lauded JBI and called Susan a woman "in the prime of her singing and songwriting life". I truly hope this sentiment is echoed soon by music lovers, the media and the entire music industry.
9 years ago
Raine (level 34) wrote:
JUST BELIEVE IT is one of my favorite CD's of all time. Keep it up and thanks for the great music!
9 years ago
germany (level 15) wrote:
Susan, I love your music! Keep the tunes coming our way!
9 years ago
Barb (level 22) wrote:
Susan! You're on the homepage, girl! Way to go! Love ya!
9 years ago