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A Conversation With Sue and Dwight

Douglas McLean chats with Sue and Dwight for his latest Sound Cafe Podcast, they chat about their approach to songwriting and lots more.

You can listen to the entire interview and music HERE

Sue and Dwight are songwriters whose work focuses on themes of peace, courage, and social justice. ‘Contemporary folk music with a few twists’, is how they describe their own sound.

Their warm harmonies, nesting on a bed of acoustic instrumentation, create a warm, intimate and memorable experience.

Sue and Dwight have released three CDs of original music and five Singles. The first CD, Darlings of the Open Stage, Little Child Big World and For A Moment.

Sue and Dwight have also released the following Singles: In The Spirit of The Holidays, How Do We Get Out of This Mess?, A Good Life, When They Came For The Others, and When The Rains Don’t Come.

As performers and songwriters, Sue and Dwight like to connect with audiences wherever they are. For the past 15 years, the duo has been a fixture on the Toronto Music Scene performing in clubs, house concerts and festivals in the area, including a six year weekly residency at The Cameron House, and a two year residency at the 120 Diner. Tours have taken them further afield to other parts of Ontario and Western Canada. They have also had the good fortune to be able to perform for the very people many of their songs have been written about...women living with HIV, students, and school yards, villages and fields in Malawi, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Sue and Dwight are currently sharing their music live online with a weekly show of their original songs called 'Livingroom Live' and a monthly 60's Folk Singalong.

Sue and Dwight are:

Sue Peters – vocals and acoustic guitar

Dwight Peters – vocals, guitars, piano, and accordion


Ochre River

When The Rains Don't Come

Big Sky

Good Life

Tommy Douglas

One Song

You can listen to the entire interview and music HERE


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