Summary Bio
Sue Merchant is an English indie singer - songwriter, known for her sincere crafting of  songs,
and her unguarded vocal delivery, which communicates a directness that resonates with both intimacy and candour.  
Her songs are inspired by real people and events and she consequently approaches her acoustic orientated 
music as personal, heartfelt expression.  

Reflections from the Edge 
The 10 Track Album Available on CD and by Download on CD Baby 
The 10 Track Album + Purchase of Individual Songs Available by Download on iTUNES

Track Listing
1. Fool   2. Water over Stone   3. To the Lighthouse   4. Breaking Icicles   5. I can feel
6. Sarah, sing me the Blues   7. Virginia in the Fall   8. Hey Drew   9. Virtually Unreal   10. The Game

Reflections from the Edge (Extended Edition)
The 15 Track Album + Purchase of Individual Songs Available by Download on iTUNES  (Pending)

Additional Tracks
11. Fool (+ Cello Accompaniment)  12. In Africa (Acoustic Solo)   13. The Harbour   
14. Suzanne, I can't   15. From 'Too Late' (Acoustic Solo)

Primary Genre
Singer - Songwriter

Sub Genres
Acoustic, Folk, New Folk, Country, Americana 

An emotionally charged and thought provoking blend of original songs influenced by personal experience. 

Industry Awards
  * 1st Place Honours: BRIT Trust  International  Songwriting Contest
* 1st Place Honours: Stonewall Society Pride in the Arts
* Honours List: Billboard World Songwriting Contest
*Accreditation by the World Music Foundation for 'Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting'

Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Janis Ian, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez

 C  O  M  M  E  N  T  S    Download on iTUNES  £7.90 CD Store £15.95

Signature Song - Full Length Sreaming

23rd June 2016

Great Britain

I N D E P E N D E N C E  D A Y

The People chose ‘Democracy and Independence' over 'Submission and Fear’ in a heroic and historic act of defiance to rank alongside the other glorious episodes of our past!  The 2016 EU referendum resulted in the biggest uprising against those who run the Country since the Peasants Revolt in 1381.  Voters were bombarded with 'hysterical threats' by the 'Remain' campaign but they held their nerve, saw through the 'scaremongering' and trusted their instincts!   Britain's big bosses, rich bankers,  the political elite, church leaders, sports stars, economists, generals, the American President and wealthy celebrities told the People they must vote to 'Remain' in the EU.

And the People sent back a massive V sign.  Democracy indeed!  :o)