Suzi Shelton is an award-winning indie children’s musician from Brooklyn, NY who has been providing musical fun for families for over two decades! She produces a popular show on YouTube called ‘Sing with Suzi – a joyful show for little kids’ which is currently viewed in over 70 countries and celebrates diversity from all backgrounds and abilities. Suzi has five solo albums and has released quite a few singles recently to much acclaim! You can hear her songs playing on Sirius XM Kids Place Live, WXPN Kids Corner, Imagination Parade on WFDU FM, Kids Crossroads, KDHX Musical Merry Go Round, Radio Active Kids in Asheville, and many more radio stations throughout the globe, as well as on all streaming platforms.
Suzi and her band have performed in such prestigious venues including Symphony Space, Madison Square Park, Union Square, The Jewish Museum, The Lincoln Center Tree Lighting Ceremony, Tribeca Film Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAMKids), Brookfield Place, Brooklyn Public Library, The White House Easter Egg Roll (2007) and Jalopy Theatre in Red Hook (her local favorite hang), just to name a few. Suzi also frequently takes her music to the road and has performed in Washington, D.C, San Francisco, Cleveland, St. Louis, Boston, The Levitt Pavillion in Westport, CT, Philadelphia, Denver, Portland, Kids in the Rotunda in Madison, WI, The State Theatre in New Jersey, The Chicago Cultural Center, Garfield Park Conservatory and Beat Kitchen in Chicago, IL, and most recently, the kids stage at Lollapalooza last summer!
If you have never experienced Suzi’s live shows, they are a perfect match for preschools, elementary schools and family performances, as they are high energy, engaging, musically exceptional, and inclusive of all families with a wide variety of backgrounds. Her band consists of some of the finest musicians in NYC, who are not only amazing musically, but are incredibly kid-friendly and fun!
MomTrends called Suzi “one of our favorite musicians,” and the Brooklyn Spectator noted, “When Suzi Shelton takes the stage with her guitar and her band, you know that something special is about to happen.”