Singer-songwriter Suzanne McNeil recently released her third album, titled “Shimmer,” through Candescent Records. The South Shore songstress, who recently moved to Weymouth, is known for her warm stage charisma and rootsy, Nashville sound that blends the rock of Sheryl Crow and the country romance of Miranda Lambert.
Born in Massachusetts, McNeil grew up on the east coast of Canada on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. While she started out with a career in social work, her passion for singing led her down a musical path that included a road tour across the Midwest and regular performances at venues across New England, both with her band and acoustically. Her latest album blends songs with driving rythyms and a little edge, like “Girl Worth Fighting For,” and softer tracks like “Shimmer,” which delivers smooth vocals and a message of possibility. Upcoming gigs include performances at Angelo’s on July 3, 10 and 24 from 9 p.m. – midnight, 1657 Hancock St., Quincy, 617-302-3200 (Solo Acoustic)
July 12 at South Shore Country Club, 4-7 p.m. ,
274 South St. Hingham, 781-749-1720 (Solo Acoustic).
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