Looking for Some Great Live Music for Your Venue? Nathan & Susie Have Got You Covered!

Holly Leszczynski

If you’re looking for some great live music for your venue or bar, you can’t go past Nathan & Susie! This eclectic acoustic duo were born and bred in Melbourne and have over 18 years of experience between them. One of the most respected musical acts working in Melbourne today, Nathan & Susie are talented, professional and a delight to work with. With the ability to engage and captivate audiences, this duo will be the perfect addition to your venue, sure to put a smile on your customers faces.

Nathan & Susie have spent the past five years showcasing their musical skills at numerous events held by the likes of the AFL, the Australian Grand Prix, Foxtel, the Australian Open and Toyota. Individually, they have toured with and supported artists such as Miley Cyrus, U2, Dannii Minogue and The Script. In 2010, Nathan & Susie travelled to Afghanistan to perform for troops as part of Forces Entertainment.

Their extensive and varied repertoire is sure to keep your patrons entertained. Able to cater to any mood or vibe, Nathan & Susie can do it all. Whether you’re looking for a chilled, relaxed set or something more upbeat, you can’t go wrong with this Melbourne duo. Their impressive song list features artists such as Oasis, Crowded House, Alanis Morissette, Lenny Kravitz and The Killers.

Renowned for their uniquely personal performances, this duo’s talents are unquestionable. Nathan’s captivating guitar and Susie’s beautiful voice meld perfectly, providing an enchanting addition to any venue. The Victorian Racing Club highly recommends this duo, “impressed by the natural talent and professionalism displayed by these two emerging stars.”

As if their impressive repertoire, musical talents and professionalism weren’t enough, Nathan & Susie are accommodating and down to earth, making them a pleasure to work with.


Check out Nathan & Susie and book them for your bar or venue.


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