EP 192: Singer/Musician/Recording Artist Suede talks about her career from small clubs & coffee houses to headliner and how she got there


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By Anne Steele and Kelli Carpenter, Kelli Carpenter, and Anne Steele. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Join Kelli and Anne for their 192nd NEW episode!

First Kelli and Anne chat about going to their first Broadway show after almost 2 years and seeing Mrs. Doubtfire with Anne’s Mom. Next they talk about Adele’s concert on CBS and her interview with Oprah and how much they loved it and her! Finally Anne talks about her anxiety about being behind on Christmas shopping especially with all of the shipping delays that are currently happening in the US.

Their special guest is Suede. She is an incredible singer, musician, recording artist and all around entertainer and has been touring for over three decades. She is known for her powerful stage presence and her immense joy for being on stage and is an icon in the LGBT community. She chats about knowing as a small child that she wanted to make music her career and through hard work she made her dreams come true. From studying music in college, to hitting the bar scene and touring, to starting her own record label and recording several albums, to opening for people like Janis Ian and Joan Rivers and playing major venues all across the US and abroad, Suede has created a huge and loyal fan base. Hear about all of her upcoming tour dates and where you can find her music by following her on Facebook and YouTube @SuedeWave They end the show with Suede’s “I Like To Lead When I Dance”.

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