Often referred to as the female Bruce Springsteen, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sue Menhart was born in St. Louis, Missouri but now calls Connecticut her home. Her powerhouse blues-rock live shows up and down the East coast and throughout the South range from intimate coffee houses featuring herself and her red Takamine acoustic, to ten-piece powerhouse extravaganzas on world-famous New England resort casino stages complete with horn sections and top-notch accompanying musicians. She independently released the album “Torn” in 2008 and the “Gypsy Soul” EP in 2009 which was awarded a “Top 25 of 2010” distinction by Indie-Music.com. In 2011, she released a solo EP on Good Sponge Records titled “Forever,” a “Top 25 of 2012” pick from Indie-Music.com. In 2017, she released the album “Love Ain’t Hard” to critical acclaim. She has also been compared to Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedeschi, Janis Joplin and Etta James.