Sue Horowitz is a singer-songwriter with a story to tell. Sue believes in the power of community singing and knows that music can be healing, uplifting and help us connect to one another. Sue has a successful career as a Jewish touring artist with 3 albums of original music, is consistently a featured artist at national conferences, and serves congregations and communities all throughout the US in prayer and song. She has had her songs included in multiple publications and compilations that have reached thousands (URJ Ruach series, Manginot, CCAR's Hagaddah, Prophetic Voices, Shalshelet, Chazak V'Ematz/Jewish Songs of Protest and Hope, WCN's Kol Isha, Hebrew in Harmony), and she is in regular rotation on Jewish Rock Radio as well as Folk radio stations.
Sue recently turned her interest to the folk singer songwriter genre, and her latest CD Notes From The Garrison, shows the influence of her songwriting heroes such as Harry Chapin, Pete Seeger, James Taylor and Dar Williams. Although new to the genre, Sue was recently honored to have been featured in the DJ Showcase at NERFA following the release of this CD. An avid student of the magical confluence of music and lyrics, Sue leads songwriting workshops and is the founder and facilitator of the Jewish Songwriting Cooperative Retreat. Her authentic and intimate clear, strong voice and guitar work compliment her wise narrative songwriting.