About Susan Palmer Marshall

"The Queen of Celtic Pop"

"Former New Christy Minstrel Susan Palmer Marshall has a brand new signature sound. It's not quite folk and it's not quite pop... it's "Celtic Pop"... like they cloned Julie Andrews with The Chieftains."


Susan Palmer Marshall has created a new sound all her own - and dubbed it "Celtic Pop". On her new CD, "Remember", Susan sings about the tragic events of September 11th and of the heroes we will never forget.

A former New Christy Minstrel, she has a warm, spirited voice capable of a wide vocal range and deep emotion. Vocally prolific and musically inventive, Ms. Marshall's versatility can be heard in such contrasting numbers as the anthem-like "United We Stand", the heartfelt "Kristy Anne" and the stirring "Ballad of Paddy Brown". "Remember" is Susan Palmer Marshall's fifth album release, and reflects her versatility in voice and spirit.

Bob Harrison, President of the Glasgow Highland Games commenting on "United We Stand" says "I just commend Sandy and Susan for writing that song; that is just a fantastic song".

Ms. Marshall, a veteran of musical theatre, and talented singer/songwriter, has performed at Carnegie Hall in "An Evening of Celtic Entertainment", for the American Ireland Fund honoring former Speaker of the House Tom Foley, at the Chevrolet Celtic Classic, Fergus Highland Games, Grandfather Mountain Celtic Jam, Hunter Mountain Celtic Festival, to name a few, and has been a featured performer at the Glasgow Highland Games since 1990.

For more information contact: Clans on the Half Shell Music., 365 West 19th Street #1F, New York, NY 10011, (212) 675-5677 or via email: spm@susanpalmermarshall.com.

Susan Palmer Marshall at the Glasgow Highland Games,
Barren River State Resort Park, Lucas, KY

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