MP3 Sue Passmore - 87 Miles
Sue Passmore''s debut album, 87 Miles, captures the passion and intensity of love’s hot, dusty road-well-travelled, through all its thrills and wrong turns. The album is refreshingly tangible and beautifully performed.
13 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Folk Pop, ROCK: Folk Rock
From the small town of Cobourg, Ontario, comes singer/ songwriter, Sue Passmore. Now a resident of the Toronto music scene, Sue has taken opportunity to perform in a variety of venues. The scope of Sue’s experience runs from intimate bar and club performances as a singer/songwriter, to a packed house at the Molson Amphitheatre’s House of Blues stage as a member of electro-lounge group Bluesativa, to appearances with Toronto’s Kings of Swing production singing Andrews Sisters favourites.
In January of 2004, Bluesativa, which consisted of members Joel Stouffer (Dragonette), Adam King (Andy Stochansky, Adam King Production), Graeme Cornies (Voodoo Highway Music & Post Inc.), Dustin Harris (Cancel Winter), and Miss Passmore, released their self-titled album to rave reviews from fans. As the group began to dissolve in 2005, Sue began recording her debut solo album. 87 Miles was released in January of 2006, and Sue’s solo career was launched.
“I am incredibly excited about 87 Miles - what a fantastic experience it has been! So many great musicians had a hand in making the album happen, and I really couldn’t be happier with the result.”
87 Miles is refreshingly tangible and beautifully performed. “Her lead off single "Back Home" is a wonderful up-tempo song about heartache and discovery; fans of Nelly Furtado and Sheryl Crow will appreciate Passmore''s passion…” says Chris White, publisher of https://www.tradebit.com. Back Home has also been featured on CBC Radio, College Radio, Internet radio, various podcasts, and was selected in February 2006 as one of the top 5 songs in the Songwriter Universe contest. Sue also continues to collaborate with various musicians and producers in what seems to be the characteristic itinerant approach of the independent music scene today.
Sue maintains a steady performance schedule in the Greater Toronto Area, and is moving beyond those borders as more opportunities present themselves.
87 Miles was produced by Adam King Production (Methodology, Fat Cats, Run With The Kittens, Bluesativa, J''s Basement, Ian North, Jeremy Parnell, Craig Cardiff).