Susan Jeffers Biography
original songs, ranging from hardhitting political commentary and social satire to more personal tales
of life and love. She was subverted early on by the likes of Woody and Arlo Guthrie , Buffy
Sainte-Marie, Phil Ochs, Joan Baez. Some later influences have been the Indigo Girls, Billy Bragg
and Tracy Chapman.
Sue has performed from the jail cells of Cleveland to the beaches of San Diego and many points in
between. She has been a part of workshops at the Kent State Folk Festival several years and also
has showcased at the Philadelphia Music Conference. As a performer at the Kent State May 4th
1970 Commemorations she has shared the bill with Country Joe McDonald and Robert Lockwood
Jr.. Her appearances include 100's of rallies and benefits as well as more coffeehouse shows than
she cares to remember.
Sue has released 5 projects on her own label, FBI Records. Her latest effort, "One Man's Ceiling is
Just Another One's Door" will be available September, 1999. She is part of the Indiegrrl Vol. I
Compilation CD as well as the 1999 Musicians for Peace project thru MP3.com.1
What others have said.....
....Sue Jeffers should remind us all of the true nature of folk music as a conduit for
self-expression, free speech and political activism
-the Incredibly Small Concert Hall
that sounds like some kind of *#/$? punk Bob Dylan