Although Susan Clark is an accomplished guitarist and pianist, it is her soulful voice that is perhaps her best instrument. As a seasoned performer and songwriter, she has released several albums of her own original compositions and has also performed on many album projects for other musicians. She has received numerous awards throughout the years from the Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Series, The National Folk Alliance, The New Mexico Music Awards and The Empower Music Posi Awards. Susan has been the featured artist on the nationally syndicated NPR show, The Art of The Song Virtual Coffeehouse. She was also honored to be the Music Director for the CSL Practitioner’s Expansion Summit which took place in Denver in October of 2016.
Susan served as the Music Director at The Rio Grande Center for Spiritual Living in Albuquerque for over six years. In February of 2016, she joined The Center for Spiritual Living Denver in the role of Music Director.
After three years of wonderful service at CSL Denver, Susan is stepping away from her position with plans of expanding her performance network to include New Thought churches across the country. During her time at CSL Denver, Susan has had the pleasure of performing with Cynthia James, Robin Hackett, Sheryl Renee, Robert Anderson, Amy Steinberg and Jana Stanfield. She has also worked with many guest speakers, relying upon her unique ability to find “just the right music” to support their messages.
Here’s what people are saying about Susan’s latest recording, “Sunlight of the Soul”:
From Eddie Watkins Jr.:
“The most impressive thing to me about the music is your voice. I am in love with your voice! My favorite songs are Pray, Come and Fill me and my most favorite is Simple Song! You are as good as anyone out there. You are really talented and I just wanted to chime in on the CD.
From Award-winning, Positive Music songwriter, recording artist and performer Robert Anderson:
You gifted me with your ‘Sunlight of the Soul” CD at the POSI fest in Orlando last week. Not only is your production/producer, musician roster and artwork solid and inspiring, but your songwriting, vocals, and piano/guitar playing are wonderfully spot-on. Most people don’t realize what a huge challenge it may be to complete a quality recording project … well done!”