Sue Fink

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Chicago-based Sue Fink is a somewhat-quirky, poignant singer-songwriter and entertainer, known for her compelling songs and charming performances. Her genre is acoustic/folk with a hint of jazz, and a large dollop of humor: think Christine Lavin with a dash of Rickie Lee Jones, Melanie, and Nellie McKay. Her songs have received airplay locally and nationally, including "The Midnight Special" (Rich Warren, WFMT) and "Folk Festival" (Lilli Kuzma, WDCB). www.suefink.com

"I’m struck, in particular, by Sue’s amazing ability to segue from a quirky song to very serious material, to have me literally laughing out loud one minute, and almost in tears the next. She has a great way of connecting with her audience." – Lilli Kuzma, host, Folk Festival, WDCB Public Radio

"Sue Fink is a totally disarming songstress, with humor based on wit and style -- and brains of a very quirky nature. She can be devilish, childlike, deadly serious -- and sometimes all at once! Fun to be had at every intersection." – Nancy Emrich Freeman, LilFest (concerts & booking) 

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