In 1998, Suzy was signed to Juniper Music and formed girl band Spandex whose catchy hits were noticed by a UK film producer and one of their songs, “Girls Like Us” went on to feature in the British movie “The Van Boys”.
In 2003 Suzy was spotted performing her own self written and produced songs at a local festival and went on to be represented by SBS records (Manic Street Preachers label) based in South Wales. This followed with two years of live touring with Crimestoppers UK where she supported acts such as Sugababes and Big Brovas.
The following few years saw her continuing to perform in many countries around the world fronting a corporate band, even performing for Gordon Brown and Lord Sebastian Coe, although her favourite gigs continue to be the sweaty, rowdy and somewhat crowded live venues where the audience are up close and interaction is inevitable! Having performed over 1,500 live gigs in the last 16 years, she is a true professional.
In 2009 Suzy was signed to record label Blade Records, based in Germany, with her band Haymaker who have since gone on to sell albums worldwide.