Suzanne O Davis is one of the busiest and most talented musicians in Ontario.
Her career’s journey has taken her across the globe from the Middle East to Texas to Cuba performing as a keyboardist, vocalist, and tribute artist. Her versatility keeps her in demand, and involved in all aspects of a musician’s life.
She continues this amazing journey with her latest and most heartfelt tribute to Carole King, ‘Tapestry’. This show has been receiving incredible attention and standing ovations, playing to sold out audiences in Canada and the US.
Not only does Suzanne channel the characteristics of Carole at the piano, but her comfortable stage presentation really endears her to the audience. “I really like to have fun and talk ‘with’ the audience about the history of the songs. I think people want to feel that we’re all sharing these moments together…and we are.”
Suzanne also feels that the importance of this show is not to be an over-the-top flashy spectacle, but an organic and respectful salute to a musical icon that has had so much influence on popular music. “The real Carole King fans are loving the show, totally appreciate that we keep it real, and get the fact that I bring the vibe of Carole with me onstage”, says Suzanne. “The band and I feel that from the audience within the first song. Performing the Carole King catalogue is a perfect match for my abilities and experience. When I play and sing this music at the piano, I feel like I’ve really found my spot.” “The audience seems to want to go with me on this musical journey during these concerts. I’ve waited several years to be able to have the time to put this show together, and the time is right, and the time is now.”
“Tapestry was brilliant!” -Midland Cultural Centre
“I went looking for the best possible live music tribute to the legendary music of Carole King. Thank you for an unforgettable evening, where an estimated 20,000 of our citizens gathered to hear Tapestry. -Utah Legislator, House of Representatives
“You’ve done more than justice to Carole King’s remarkable music” -Smithsonian Institution