Susie Who

Susie Who

In December 2004, the singer from Munich had the idea to sing a song, put it on a CD and give it to her grandmother. At the time, she did not even remotely expect to be able to hold her first swing album in her hands only two years later. The debut album featured top-class musicians and was produced by Dietmar Kawohl, who created compositions for Boney M. Milli Vanilli, No Mercy, David Hasselhoff, Joana Zimmer and others, and Johan Daansen (Meat Loaf, Scorpions, Peter Maffay, Kelly Family). Even back then, the young singer from Munich was an insider's tip among swing experts. Today, her natural charm and exceptional voice have captivated a fast growing audience.




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5.84 ft.




Sissi and Franz

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Pete York

Pete York

Pete York is one of the world's most renowned and versatile drummers. He made a name for himself as drummer of the Spencer Davis Group. Since 1964, the native Brit has performed on stage with some of the greats of rock, blues and jazz, such as Eric Clapton, Stevie Winwood and Eddie Hardin (Hardin & York). He has also been very successful as a solo artist. For several years now, he has been a member of Helge Schneider’s live band.

Pete York and the Susie Who Swing Revue

Swing Revue

December of 2008 brought a great moment for an extraordinary combination, when Susie Who crossed paths with Pete York. After several jam sessions at the studio, they decided to create the project “Pete York and the Susie Who Swing Revue”. The debut album of the same title was released in the spring of 2009. “Pete York and the Susie Who Swing Revue” perform songs from the current CD and popular swing classics in clubs and at exclusive functions.

Susie Who Live Band

Live Band

If she isn’t touring with the “Pete York and the Susie Who Swing Revue”, the singer delights her audience with the “Susie Who Live Band". The live band offers the right programme for any event and occasion. The well attuned ensemble is available for performances as a quartet (voice, guitar, bass, piano), as a trio (voice, guitar, bass or voice, guitar, piano) or as a duo (voice and guitar).