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Suzanne Langille and Loren Mazzacane Connors

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  • Years Active: 1980s, 1990s, 2000s


Biography All Music Guide

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Since 1989, Suzanne Langille has provided iconic, otherworldly, blues-drenched vocals on husband Loren MazzaCane Connors' albums, including In Pittsburgh, Hell's Kitchen Park, Crucible, and Come Night. In October 1998, Langille released her first solo album, The Enchanted Forest, which features guitar by her husband. Evangeline and Let the Darkness Fall -- which included Andrew Burnes and David Daniell, as well as Connors -- followed in 1999.

Langille began performing with New York City trio San Augustin in 1997, eventually releasing a collaborative an EP entitled Passing Song in 2002. Her contributions to Connors' catalog were well documented on 2006's Night Through: Singles and Collected Works 1976-2004, and As Roses Bow: Collected Airs 1992-2002, released the following year.

In 2010, Langille released an acclaimed collaborative album with Indian classical musician and multi-instrumentalist Neel Murgai entitled Wild & Foolish Heart. She and Connors resumed recording together for a song cycle to accompany the paintings of M.P. Landis, entitled I Wish I Didn't Dream, which was released in late 2012.