Susan Haynes marries
Monday, April 3, 2006 – Epic Nashville recording artist Susan Haynes married Jeff McCoy in a private ceremony in Tucson, Ariz. this past weekend. They're taking a week to honeymoon in Mexico before Haynes returns to her radio tour to promote her upcoming single, "Not That Bad." This is the second marriage for Haynes.
She released her debut disc, "Crooked Little Heart," earlier this year.
CD reviews for Susan Haynes
Like many newcomers Susan Haynes emphasizes her vocal talents, and they are considerable. Haynes, a Georgia native, can belt it out, but that's not her strong suit.
Haynes shows mettle on the lead-off "Long Way to Memphis," courtesy of Al Anderson and Leslie Satcher, and goes very tender on "Not That Bad."
While some of the phrasing is clunky ("Bottle Rocket"), Haynes brings vocal chops to the table where she sounds like she means it. Nor are the vocals too smooth sounding. »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk
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Concert Review: Lane oversees her queendom
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