Suzie Vinnick (from the album Shake the Love Around on Factor Records)
A thick bass line seduces rather than warn for the opening of “Danger Zone” as Suzie Vinnick weaves a Blues tale that intimately whispers in your ear of troubling times. The tune, and its equal message of threats and optimistic promises, shares its mood with the tracks lining Shake the Love Around, the recent release from Suzie Vinnick. A rumble percolates under the advice of “The Golden Rule” as Suzie Vinnick teases with a swamp boogie beat in “Watch Me” and tempts on a jazzy Country for “All I Wanna Do”. The rhythms slide and switch as they make their way through Shake the Love Around, wrapping their roots over and under the diverse grooves while Suzie Vinnick guides the tracks with tenderness (“Beautiful Little Fool”) and sass (“Happy as Hell”).
Originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Suzie Vinnick stayed in her Canadian homeland for a base of operations, setting up in Ontario’s Niagara region. Friends helped out on Shake the Love Around with Colin Linden and Kevin Breit on guitar and songman Matt Anderson co-writing “Drift Away”. Sultry vocals match the temperature heat for “A Hundred and Ten in the Shade” as Suzie Vinnick becomes the temptress with seductive invitations in “Lean into the Light” and forms a solid line with community harmonies to march through “Find Some Freedom” while Shake the Love Around channels currents of winding guitar leads in “Crying a River for You”.
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