Suzanna Dee

Suzanna Dee Singer, Songwriter & Producer 

Suzanna Dee is a singer, songwriter, producer and vocal arranger. Born in Leeds, Suzanna understood that she could naturally harmonise at the age of 8 and then went to teach herself to play piano, developing her songwriting skills at the age of 13.

Suzanna has released tracks with the likes of Sony, EMI and Virgin which has granted her a Brit Gold Disc from a track she released in 1997 called ‘Evolver – Evolver (Blue Skies)’. This track was played around the world by Top DJ’s including DJ Tiesto and DJ Paul van Dyke.

She had an official Top 40 hit back in 2003 with the cover of Marie McKee’s ‘Show Me Heaven’ as a dance anthem which was signed with Ministry of Sound on various albums globally.  Suzanna also recently released a track in 2017 which reached Beatport charts at number 6 in the dance charts with ‘Fallen Angel’ which she wrote/co-produced which has also been played by the likes of DJ Ian Van Dahl.

Suzanna has had the pleasure of working with the Spice Girls doing production and vocal arranging, along with S-Club 7, Billie Piper and Jane McDonald.

She has also supported Liberty X at the NEC Arena and played at Manchester Arena in front of 70K people.

BBC’s All Together Now

Suzanna was one of ‘The 100’ Judges from BBC One’s programme ‘All Together Now’ Series One and Series Two, along with Channel 5’s ‘Jane and Friends’ supporting Jane McDonalds’ show as her backing vocalist.

Suzanna has worked with many other singers including, various PWL artists, Alexandra O’Neil, Tony Hadley, Lulu, Beverley Knight to name a few along with performing at prestigious venues such at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and various large Prides across the country.

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