Susan Werner Susan Werner
 Susan Werner is in the rung of contemporary songwriters closest to heaven. She is also earthy, funny, fun, dryly witty, very hard working and endlessly charming. Her songs have been recorded by Tom Jones and Michael Feinstein, Betty Buckley and Christine Ebersole.
Immediately recognized as a one-of-a-kind talent with “I Can’t Be New”, Susan has In the years since proven over and over that in fact she can. After writing twelve albums of songs in styles ranging from folk/rock to Tin Pan Alley to gospel, country and chamber music, what could a woman NPR called “The Empress of the Unexpected” try next? Werner says she's just getting started.
“One of the most innovative songwriters working today.” — Chicago Tribune 

“(Werner is) a songwriter and musician who is in such complete command of her gifts that it’s almost scary.” — All Music Guide 

“When it comes to crafting a song, Ms. Werner’s only peers are Jimmy Webb and Paul Simon.” — No Depression 

“Susan Werner, a clever songwriter and an engaging performer, brings literacy and wit back to popular song.”— The New Yorker 

“Vulnerability has rarely been so witty or concise in modern song.”— Boston Herald 

“Always an impressive songwriter, Werner continues to compose sharp, funny, compassionate lyrics, a gift rare enough to set her apart…” — The Washington Post 

“The classically trained and jazz inspired singer is redefining the genre and winning admirers around the country…”— Phildelphia Inquirer 

“Kicking The Beehive is evidence that Susan Werner has no trouble reinventing herself year after year; and she’s damn good at it.”— Performer Magazine 

“Werner has quietly risen to the elite of American songwriters.”— Direct Current 

“This woman is great. period.” — Music Row (Nashville)