Linda Suzanne

Linda Suzanne grew up in Downey, California. She began her musical career in her teens when she entertained the troops throughout Southern California with her pop trio.

When she was 18, she opened for Rosemary Clooney at the Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona. Shortly thereafter, she went on to perform at the Miramar Theater in San Clemente, California, opening for The Righteous Brothers, Joni Mitchell and Leon Russell, among many others. She toured internationally with José Feliciano and Ricky Nelson.

Las Vegas credits include “Four Boys Four” (with Jack Lemmon and Tony Randall), “The Golden Years of Las Vegas” and “Flashback 77.”

Linda recorded her Spanish language album, “Mahia En Tu Mirar,” which was produced by Bebu Silvetti.

She has been involved with charitable causes for many years. Her upcoming show, “Linda Suzanne Sings Legends of Pop Divas,” will benefit Friends For Life Humane Society and the National Compassion Fund where 100% of the money donated aids victims and families of the Vegas mass shooting.

Linda has just written her first book, titled “Who Are These People Anyway?” She and her husband, drummer John Wackerman, live in Las Vegas with their rescue dog Wacky, an 8-year-old Labradoodle.

Linda Suzanne debuts her new show “Linda Suzanne Sings Legendary Divas of Pop” at The South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa in Las Vegas on Sunday, October 15, 2017. “I’m excited to perform hit songs highlighting some of the greatest female singers who have amazing stories that will amuse, amaze and inspire audiences of all ages.” Some of these legendary artists include: Donna Summer, Celine Dion, Adele, Gloria Estefan, Whitney Houston, Connie Francis, Aretha Franklin, Lady Gaga, Linda Ronstadt and many others who were true trailblazers. The show will also feature a 5-piece band, dancers and backup singers.



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