Known for her distinct voice and reggae-inspired guitar technique, Austin native Suzanna Choffel’s music has been described as “a unique sound equal parts beat poetry, smoky soul grooves and indie-pop eccentricity.” (Jim Derogatis). Having made appearances at ACL Music Fest, SXSW, Voodoo Fest, as well as on-screen in movies like Catfish and NBC’s The Voice (earning singular praise from Rolling Stone as “the only artist you’d want to listen to a complete album from”), Choffel feels equally at home singing in a dimly lit club as she does front and center in front of (literally) millions. She has opened for a diverse array of artists including Buena Vista Social Club, Suzanne Vega, Davíd Garza, and many others. As a songwriter she has won multiple awards in both the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and the International Songwriting Contest. She has toured throughout the U.S. and Europe, and Texas Music Magazine named her most recent album Hello Goodbye (2017) as one of the top 10 albums of the year. Since 2017, Choffel has trickled out a handful of singles and is currently working on a new album produced by Davíd Garza to be released in the fall of 2023.