Suzanne J. Barbieri

Suzanne J. Barbieri

Suzanne Jacqueline Barbieri (born January 2, ???? in London, England) is a writer and musician.

She is married to Porcupine Tree keyboardist Richard Barbieri, formerly of the group Japan. In 1998, their musical collaboration, Indigo Falls, was released on Medium Productions.

She has provided featured and backing vocals for a number of artists including Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel; the Dolphin Brothers; Mick Karn; Holi (Akiko Kobayashi); Philip Kane; Jakko Jakszyk; and Porcupine Tree.

Her voice can also be heard on various television and radio commercials and corporate productions for companies including Eurostar; British Gas; Hewlett Packard; Toblerone; Ski Yogurt; and Black and Decker.

Samples of her voice have also been used during The Bays' improvisational live sets.

She is currently working on her first solo album.

Her first published written work was an analysis of the mythological and occult themes of the work of writer, Clive Barker, entitled "Clive Barker: Mythmaker for the Millennium", which was published by the British Fantasy Society.

Since then she has had numerous short stories published, including "Its Secret Diary", which was nominated for a BSFA award.

External links

* http://www.myspace.com/suzannebarbieri
* There are some audio clips of her vocals [http://homepage.mac.com/sjbarbieri/FileSharing4.html here]


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