Sue Windover is a singer/songwriter who has been been performing and writing for most of her life.She enjoys writing in a number of different genres including but not limited to country and blues. She has worked in and around Waterloo Region steadily since 2006, partnering with a number of different musicians at many different venues performing original and cover material. Sue has numerous accomplishments including three original full-length collections: Trial By Fire(produced by Doug Stronach), Park Your Boots and East of Autumn (produced by the Weber Brothers and James McKenty with Steve Kendry); a four song collection Four Days in Mill Valley,(produced by Grammy Award winner Scott Mathews), and several singles including commissioned work My Way Home,and spoken word piece This Christmas is Different. Although there have been countless wonderful highlights, working on single What I Don't Know with brother Jamie Constant on drums was one of Sue's favourites. Over the years, Sue has also lent her talents to other musicians' projects. She has always tried to maintain a good balance between her career and her family placing her attention where it mattered most. 2019 was a whirlwind of emotion. Her latest album East of Autumn was recorded, many new songs were completed, freezer was filled with homegrown produce, and Sue gained one absolutely lovely new daughter- in- law Lindsay!! Her son, Jared found the love of his life!!
Welcome 2020!! Plans include more recording more touring, and most important: living every day to the fullest! Thanks for being here and checking out Sue's music
EAST OF AUTUMN
PARK YOUR BOOTS
FOUR DAYS IN MILL VALLEY
TRIAL BY FIRE
Sue and The Weber Brothers Hespeler Sue and Brother Jamie Constant