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Suzanne Palmer


Chicago-born Suzanne Palmer became a high-profile dance music diva following teaming up with Fresh York-based producer Peter Rauhofer and became a member of his project Golf club 69, adding her stunning vocals about “FAR BETTER,” “Alright,” “Twisted,” and a residence version of Diana Ross’ 1981 hit “Muscles” presented around the 1997 album Style. The child of the jazz pianist, Palmer began performing expertly at age 16. From gospel, spirit, jazz, and modern R&B to accommodate and techno, the talented vocalist had the chance to start out her solo profession after touring European countries within the vocal group Triumph Singers, attaining an award within an worldwide pop event in Poland and performing alongside different U.S. figures. In 2001, Palmer became a member of Peter Rauhofer once more to record a cover of English Kosheen’s jungle/drum’n’bass smash “I Cover U,” accompanied by “Display Me” in 2002.

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Full Name Suzanne Palmer
Profession Singer
Nationality American
Music Songs Hide U, Free My Love, Luv 2 Luv, Eye Can See You, Keep The Faith, Sound of the Drum, Eye Can See U, Muscles, Luv Drug, Home, Big Love, Come Getcha Love, Remembering You, Much Better, Fascinated, Luv to Luv, Separate Ways, 'Cause I Know U, The Days, It's My Life, I Want You, Show Me, One Day
Albums Hide U (Part 1), Home, Hide U (Part 2), Free My Love

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The Linda McCartney Story 2000 TV Movie English Reporter
The New Addams Family 1998 TV Series Cop
Outtakes 1987 Rock Video Singer



Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories 2005 Video Game performer: "There Will Come A Day Half Tab Dub"
One Last Thing... 2005 performer: "Fascinated"



Tracks of a Killer 1996 Video stand-in: Ms. LeBrock

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