Makeup Artist - Anthony Baltazar
Equally at home singing R&B, gospel, house, pop, jazz and cabaret, internationally renowned recording artist Suzanne Palmer boasts impeccable credentials. The daughter of a jazz pianist, she grew up on Chicago's south side. By age sixteen she was performing professionally.
She has appeared on albums with Angela Bofill, Jeff Lorber and Terry Callier. Earth, Wind and Fire's Maurice White signed her to a solo recording project after hearing her on New Yorks nationally televised Show Time at the Apollo. Palmer toured Europe with the Victory Singers, a renowned Chicago gospel choir. In Poland, at the prestigious Sopot International Pop Festival, she competed against singers from sixteen countries to win the Best Solo Vocalist award. She appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, accompanying Gloria Estefan on her 1996 Olympic Games anthem, "Reach". The February 1998 issue of Jazziz magazine declared Palmer a winner in its talent search for Voices of the New Jazz Culture.
Suzanne first ventured into House Music as the featured vocalist on The Absolute's Tribal UK release, "I Believe". Written and produced by Mark Picciotti and Craig Snider, it earned a Gold Record in the UK.
After signing as a solo artist with MCA/Twisted America Records, she began a successful partnership with Grammy Award winning producer/DJ Peter Rauhofer, on the Club 69 album, "Style", which yielded three hit singles for Suzanne - "Much Better", "Alright", and "Muscles" - and firmly established her as a major star in the club music scene.
Suzanne recorded "Hide U" for Rauhofer's own Star 69 label. It began topping the DJ playlists as soon as promo copies were circulated, and rapidly broke into the Billboard Club Play chart's top 5. Teamed up with some of the most creative and cutting edge producers, writers, and remixers around, including Anthony Acid, Peter Bailey, Beat Hustlerz, Blue Room, Dezrok, Cevin Fisher, Fred Jorio, Eric Kupper, Angel Moraes, David Morales, Offer Nissim and Orange Factory, Suzanne celebrated the release of her full length CD HOME for Star 69 records.
Her subsequent collaboration with master trance DJ Tiesto produced the break out smash for Black Hole records, "Flight 643/Loves on Fire".
In 2008, Suzanne embarked upon a new project with DJ/producer Bill Bennett, resulting in the release of their remake of the classic, "Fame", along with Suzanne's very first music video. Following that, she worked, once again, with Peter Rauhofer on a cover of the classic, "Big Love", and traveled to Israel to record "You Stepped into My Life" with Offer Nissim.
In 2012, Suzanne entered into a partnership with Chicago producer, writer and singer Georgie Porgie. Her first single on Music Plant Records, "Keep On Keepin' On", was released in the Spring of 2012, followed by “Joy” in January of 2013. Their third single, “Surrender”, was released in March 2014. Upon their releases, all three songs went immediately to number 1 on Kings of Spins, as well as to the top of the iTunes dance sale chart.
In 2017, Suzanne was profiled in a chapter of author James Arena’s book, Stars of 21st Century - Dance Pop and EDM.
Most recently, Suzanne has been involved in an exciting collaboration with DJ/producer Tracy Young and musician/ producer Craig Snider. The results of their efforts, the singles “Let It Go” and “Get ‘Cha There”, will be released on Ferosh Records this Spring.