Alexis P. Suter Band
Wednesday, May 02, 2018 8:30 PM EDT
(7:30 PM Doors)
Iridium, New York, NY
Kind words about Alexis and the band!
"It's a rare thing to share the stage with great talent like that young lady" -B.B. King
"She is one of those wonderful spirits, she's got her arms around you; you can feel that." -Levon Helm
“International Recording Artist Alexis P. Suter and her talented band are a must for any venue large or small that take their music seriously. She is as great off the stage as she is on. She is not to be missed!”
-Michael Cloeren - Festival/Producer/Director & Founder of Pocono Blues Festival (1992-2010)
“Without a doubt the biggest voice and heart in the blues world today.” - Richard Briggs, Pres/Founder -- Briggs Farm Blues Festival
"Alexis P. Suter has a big voice and knows how to use it. Whether singing about spiritual ecstasy or earthly troubles, her booming contralto, seasoned with raw emotion make every song she performs her own."
- Kay Cordtz, Blues Revue Magazine
"Suter is as fascinating to watch as to hear.
A stunning, ample woman with the face of a cherubic African queen, her molasses contralto can whisper and purr, then swell into a pulsating wave of sound that radiates from the depths of her being".
- Elmore Magazine
"She's got a voice that could bring down the tower of Babel. She may be the best blues singer on the east coast. She's played the Midnight Rambles with Levon Helm for over two years now, but she should be playing in palaces and kingdoms to kings and queens."
- Joe Vignola, Long Island Blues Newsletter
"What a voice, and she uses it to highly emotive effect! Fierce and ferocious! " - Lee Hildebrand, Living Blues Magazine
"It's all about a voice telling stories through music, and big voiced Alexis P. Suter possess the perfect a power. Her fire and brimstone expression is endowed with a complexity and depth that stands up to any musical style".
"Her profound lyric expression partners with her band to become another lead instrument, turning emotion into blistering music".
- Art Tipaldi, Editor, Blues Music Magazine