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A GIRL IN TEEN CITY makes the top 20 on EUROAMERICANA CHART for APRIL 2017

NEW SINGLE 'My Boyfriend' On CBC RADIO 2 Top 20

The first thing that needs to be stated is A GIRL IN TEEN CITY is a totally adorable album. Susie Ungerleider aka Oh Susanna has come up trumps with a superb piece of work that transcends both the gender in its title and location in its theme. Substitute Vancouver BC in your imagination for any urban or suburban area of the western world will enhance your engagement with what Susie has set out to do. What is essential though is to tap into her mind set and fire up all the trials and tribulations of your heartfelt nostalgia.
— THREECHORDSANDTHETRUTH.CO.UK
A coming of age diary set to music...the bitter sweet stories of pleasure and pain sound real and heartfelt.
— GET READY TO ROCK
a golden hand to write beautiful melodies
— ALTCOUNTRYFORUM.NL
[A GIRL IN TEEN CITY] is a real delight, the lyrical vignettes are endearing & relatable, whether you’re a city girl or a country boy.
— beat-surrender.com
Oh Susanna Returns with ‘A Girl in Teen City’ LP
— EXCLAIM MAGAZINE
Her narrative force, incisive and amazingly detailed lyrics, and simple musical approach mark her as an artist to watch.
— BILLBOARD MAGAZINE
****
A Girl In Teen City is an exceptional retrospective of a young life as we have known it all in one way or another.
— CTRLALTCOUNTRY.BE
Oh Susanna has become a musician to be reckoned with…. The strength and intensity of her voice has an edge that conveys the evil of country blues.
— NO DEPRESSION
**** – July 2003
— UNCUT Magazine
*** Essential Americana Album – July 2003
— MOJO Magazine
A solo performance by Oh Susanna is a singularly spine-tingling event.
— The Georgia Straight
Oh Susanna has that rare ability to recapture American mythology that places her in the rich tradition of Leadbelly, Johnny Cash and Bruce Springsteen.
— Drop D Magazine
Oh Susanna (album) - Critics’ Top Albums of 2003
— Rollingstone.com
Sleepy Little Sailor – Critics’ Top Albums of 2001
— Rollingstone.com

Suzie Ungerleider (aka Oh Susanna) might be Canadian, but she started out....like some slinky Appalachian fox, emoting songs of death and dying and ghosts and jail in a parched voice of rustic mountain yip. Her latest album (a self-titled affair) shows how much she has grown, how far she has traveled, and yet also how true she has stayed to her roots. It is some feat, and some album. Reminiscent of Janis Joplin, Carole King, Maria McKee, even Crazy Horse, “Oh Susanna” is a big, whiskey-soaked rock album – but still with a deft folk twang and deep country roots. Where once she tippy-toed through the gloom and the gloamin’, now she swaggers full-force in the sun like a bastard. It is sultry and sensual, strings-drenched, guitar crunching, horn-driven fare. Wonderful in fact.
— Time Out London

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