In 2005 Suzie Mc Neil was a contestant on the CBS reality show Rock Star: INXS, a televised competition to find a new lead singer for the band INXS.
Suzie made it to the final four of the competition and was the last female singer to be eliminated.
he instead spent time fishing in a mexican village, trying to deal with the pain of the loss.
Despite her rave reviews, Suzie faced the Bottom Three a total of six times throughout the competition, prompting her to create a hat which read "Queen of the Bottom Three." In the Bottom Three, contestants sang INXS songs.
She is featured singing duets on INXS’ release “SWITCH”, and American Idol finalist Clay Aiken’s release; “A Thousand Different Ways”. nk on her North American tour, entertained the troops in Afghanistan on an armed forces tour, performed at the 2010 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremonies, and starred in the Toronto Debut of Queen’s “We Will Rock You” musical as the role of “Oz”.
In April 2007 Suzie released her debut album Broken & Beautiful she recorded with a-list producer Marti Frederiksen which featured the Top-20 Canadian hits: “Hung Up” and “Believe”.
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.
Throughout the years she has compiled an impressive record of musical accomplishments. These have ranged from live shows beside some of North America’s top acts (Steven Tyler, Alan Frew, Jeff Healey, Dave Navarro, P!
lakers and helped define alt rock and all in just 50-plus years of age.