Suzie Brown & Scot Sax

Suzie's 50th Birthday Show

Monday, July 22, 2024

Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

Suzie Brown & Scot Sax

  • Folk Pop
  • Roots

Tickets will be on sale to the public 5/23 at noon. On sale to all Passim members 5/16 at noon.  On sale to All Access Passim members 5/9 at noon.

Suzie Brown & Scot Sax

  • Americana
  • Folk
  • Singer/Songwriter

A 1970s-inspired folk-pop songwriter, Suzie Brown has chased her unique muse for a decade, making modern-day roots music that nods to the soul singers, heartland rockers, and blues artists who came before her. Gluing the sound together is the unforced voice and honest, autobiographical songwriting of a Renaissance woman who’s not only an acclaimed musician, but also an Advanced Heart Failure cardiologist and mother of two. Her songs have earned recognition from the NewSong Music Competition, International Songwriting Competition, Independent Music Awards, Forbes and People Magazine. “I love everything about you, Suzie—you’re wearing a lot of hats, and wearing them all very well,” said broadcast journalist Gayle King during an episode of CBS This Morning that showcased Brown’s unique balancing act between music, medicine, and motherhood. Brown turns that balancing act into music, rolling with the punches, adjusting to the changing times, and writing the ever-evolving soundtrack to her journey.

Scot Sax’ multi-faceted career started with a bang when his song ‘I Walked’ became a radio hit with his band Wanderlust (RCA) in ‘95. It was the #1 most requested song on rock stations across the country. That year ended with Wanderlust opening for The Who. After signing a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell in Los Angeles, Sax went on to write and perform “I Am The Summertime” for the film American Pie (awarded a Gold Record) and form indie-darlings FEEL(Curb Records). In 2005 he co-wrote the Grammy-winning Faith Hill/Tim McGraw duet “Like We Never Loved At All”. Upon hearing Scot’s song “What Gets In The Way”, Robert Plant, Alison Krauss and T-Bone Burnett asked he and singer Sharon Little to be their opening act for their Raising Sand Tour in 2007. Sax worked with
Don Was in 2009 on Little’s 2nd album. From there Sax went on to dive into another passion of his: film. He released the documentary Platinum Rush: a Film by a Songwriter starring Lisa Loeb, Ron Sexsmith and Oliver Wood, created onstage videos for Lucinda Williams
“Car Wheels On A Gravel Road” 20th Anniversary Tour, and directed award-winning films Playback Is A Bitch and This Is Major.

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