Posted on: March 1, 2014 Posted by: Peter Burns Comments: 1

The unforgettable ambient sounds of Sue G. Wilkinson and Michael Cady (Cypress South) are trance-like and highly melodic, powered by breathtaking vocals that can only be categorized as one of a kind. Blessed with an “amazing vocal range,” Sue has not only the power to blow down a brick house, but a jaw dropping sense of versatility and emotional capacity. Classically trained, she has been described by veterans of the music business as “dripping with talent.”


Michael Cady joins Sue live, using a powerful looping station and a 7 string bass he designed and commissioned! Truly a tour de force! Sue’s musical life with bassists is a lucky one indeed. Some of the songs you might hear her play were co-written with Patrick O’Hearn who is currently the producer and bassist for John Hiatt. And last but not least, Michael O’Bannon lends his striking imagery to many of Cypress South’s live shows and work at planetariums. Private House Concerts are yet another way to experience Cypress South. An awesome opportunity for fellowship and a special way to entertain and feed peoples souls you’ll walk away from Cypress South’s performance feeling like you’ve been on a unique journey.

Treasures is the first release of singer/songwriter/pianist Sue G. Wilkinson with her new duo Cypress South featuring Michael Cady. Available on CD or digital download at ITunes,, as well as other international download sites. The CD was co-produced by David Becker, two-time Grammy nominated guitarist, composer, producer, and keyboard artist, producer and session player extraordinaire Martin Kearns. Glen Matullo also lent his hand engineering Treasures. His skills have aided Pink, John Mayer, Shawn Mullins, Collective Soul, Indigo Girls and many more.

Sue has a long history of live performance including tours of Japan, England, Scotland as well as Denmark, home to her Danish record label, Ap Records. Wilkinson has shared stages with and/or opened for, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Pearl Jam, Hem, Art Garfunkel, Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, The Indigo Girls, Jane Siberry and many others.

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