Susie Tallman is a singer and recording artist known for recording children's music.
Tallman graduated UCLA with a B.A. in voice performance. Tallman then spent several years in Europe, singing with a number of choirs in Paris. She returned to the US several years later, training at the New England Conservatory Workshop in Boston.
Before founding her children's music record label, Rock Me Baby Records, Tallman sang backup for a number of other artists, including Cheap Trick and Ronnie Spector.
Tallman's recent albums are mostly adaptations of works for children's sensibilities. Her album, Children's Songs: A Collection of Childhood Favorites, for example, consists of 38 traditional folk songs and nursery rhymes adapted into short tunes.
Tallman's first CD, Lullabye Themes for Sleepy Dreams sold about 40,000 copies, and won a Gold Award (music) from the Parents' Choice Foundation in 2001.