She is hard at work on a new album as you read this. TORONTO — Standing in front of sparkling Lake of Bays and under clear blue skies, Canadian singer Suzie Mc Neil tied the knot Saturday afternoon with musician Andrew Mactaggart.
All Rights Reserved Heather Luttrell, is one of 15 singers vying to become the next lead singer of the rock band INXS, on ROCK STAR: INXS, Scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network.The show was executive produced by Survivor's Mark Burnett and was hosted by Brooke Burke and Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro. Simon Five musicians made up the house band that backed the 15 contestants during the show. Three contestants reached the finale: Mig Ayesa, Marty Casey, and J. Ayesa chose Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody", Casey chose Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here", and Fortune chose The Rolling Stones', "You Can't Always Get What You Want".Other producers were David Goffin (American Idol, On the Lot, Eco-Challenge, Combat Missions), Lisa Hennessy (Eco-Challenge) and INXS managers David Edwards and Michael Murchison were executive producers. The house band was made up of Paul Mirkovich, Jim Mc Gorman, Nate Morton, Sasha Krivstov, and Rafael Moreira. Based on these performances, INXS eliminated Ayesa.From that foundation, Suzie evolved into a versatile, powerful artist, who combines a magnetic stage presence with vocal and multi-instrumental (piano, guitar, harmonica) ability.It's no wonder Suzie has already achieved that rarest of goals -- working full-time as a professional musician -- for the last five years.