Susan Cagle Growing up, Susan traveled the world, learning to sing and play music while barely out of the crib. Raised in a family of musicians who performed together on street corners and in subway stations, Susan, the second oldest of ten brothers and sisters, began performing solos by the age of four and picked up the guitar at age seven. From 2001 to 2005, Susan was a fixture on the Gotham subway circuit, attracting large crowds with her soulful voice and hypnotic heartfelt songs, selling over 30,000 self-issued homemade CDs at such regular spots like Union Square, Grand Central, and Times Square stations. At the 34th Street/Herald Square subway station, Susan was discovered by Jay Levine, Lefthook Entertainment/Columbia Records, who is in the process of writing and recording Susan's debut album.
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