Music + Poetry: Barbara Smith + Sue Morrison & Friends

August 13, 2018 • 7:30 p.m.
Crescent Moon Coffee Stop

Wyoming singer-songwriter Suzanna Morrison has a friendly "feel good" pop sound. She has been writing music for many years and began playing music at a young age. Morrison's initial public appearances began in a family band fronted by her father in which she played guitar, drums, and was often featured on vocals. When asked who her favorite musician is, Morrison almost always responds, "My dad." As her love of music evolved, Morrison began to write more music and function as a solo artist. In addition, one can hear her catchy originals in her current group aptly named, "A Band Named Sue," featured at various venues throughout Wyoming. She has an innate ability to connect with her audience where most will easily identify with her music. Suzanna's distinctive vocals and solid guitar rhythms deliver songs of life, love, family, and faith. For more information please visit suzannamorrison.com.

Barbara M. Smith has been published in collections such as The Last Best Place, Wyoming Fence Lines, Deep West, Leaning Into the Wind, Woven on the Wind, Crazy Woman Creek, Ucross: the 1st Ten Years, Letters from Wyoming, Drive, He Said, and most recently, the Wyoming anthology, Blood, Water, Wind, and Stone. She received the Neltje Blanchan award for nature writing in 2008, the Wyoming Governor's Arts Award in 2006, the Wyoming Arts Council Literary Fellowship in 1990, and a residency at Ucross. Smith taught English and creative writing at WWCC in Rock Springs, WY, retiring in 2008. She lives in Rock Springs and currently teaches memoir writing for the college.

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