Recording Artist and co-founder of the singing group The Roches, author
Suzzy Roche and her sisters began singing together when they were young and eventually became the beloved singing group The Roches, whose debut recording was named Album of the Year by the New York Times in 1979. Since then they have recorded eleven albums together, and have a long history of collaborating with other musicians, shows, recordings and countless songs. As a solo artist, Suzzy has created two recordings: "Holy Smokes" and "Songs from an Unmarried Housewife and Mother, Greenwich Village, USA." She and Maggie recorded "Why The Long Face" and "Zero Church: an unusual collection of prayers."
Early in her career, Suzzy studied acting at SUNY Purchase and had a long relationship with the experimental theater company in New York City called the Wooster Group. For ten years she performed with them all over Europe and in New York City and also in a few films. Suzzy has appeared on Saturday Night Live, the Late Show with David Letterman, and the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. She lives in New York City and published her first novel, Wayward Saints in January 2012 with Hyperion. A picture book called Want to Be in a Band? is scheduled for publication in 2012 with Random House.
For more information about Suzzy Roche please visit her website.