Ardmore Singer-Songwriter Knows Hearts
Suzie Brown knows hearts.
Brown, a Harvard-educated cardiologist, is a practicing doctor who works at the heart-failure clinic at Albert Einstein Medical Center. She’s also an award-winning singer-songwriter who is known for baring her heart through her music.
Yes, Brown knows hearts.
Brown, an Ardmore resident, describes herself as a part-time doctor and full-time musician. “I specialize in taking care of people with weak hearts,” she said.
Brown’s fan-funded second album, “Almost There,” was released Oct. 1. She will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, at World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
“Almost There” was recorded in Nashville “in seven days, pretty much 100% live,” Brown said. “The was a conscious decision, because my last album was not that way. I wanted a more live sound. ... I think there’s more energy to that.”
Brown will be performing Sunday with her husband, songwriter Scot Sax. Sax won a Grammy for his work on the Faith Hill and Tim McGraw song “Like We Never Loved at All.”