Inspired by the blues, Susie Wilkins started writing songs at the tender age of 14, and debuted at the Hong Kong Fringe Club's Open Mic Night when only 16. Her impressive vocal talent and maturity as a performer garnered rave reviews, and she quickly established herself as a dominant force on the Hong Kong music scene. Eventually, the allure of a new challenge brought her back to London in 2000, where she became a regular favourite at world-famous venues such the Borderline and the Troubadour, generating a passionate and loyal following.
Susie's diverse musical influences are reflected in her remarkable versatility as a singer-songwriter; just as comfortable in front of a piano as she is with a 4-piece rock band, Susie's songs are at once touching, powerful and enchanting, and always refreshingly raw in their execution. In her voice, Susie combines a staggering range and technical ability with rare emotional intensity, always inviting audiences to feel as she feels as she bares her life through her music.