Suze DeMarchi is a talented Australian singer-songwriter, best known for fronting the band Baby Animals. She was born in Perth, Western Australia and began her singing career in the early 1980s when she was 17, playing in local band Photoplay. She is the lead singer for Baby Animals, and is widely acknowledged as one of Australia’s biggest rock icons, the queen of Australian rock, and a true pioneer of Australian music. Influenced by English rock bank Free and Led Zeppelin, she was inspired to pursue music at a young age.
In this episode your host, Elizabeth McIntyre and Suze DeMarchi dive into the wondrous life of a singer-songwriter and explore the ways in which place can have an effect on performance, the episode covers such topics as:
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