Sue Foley

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Sue Foley is a Canadian guitarist, singer, songwriter, and bandleader based in Austin, Texas. Her trademark instrument is a pink paisley Fender Telecaster. She issued her acclaimed debut long-player, Young Girl Blues, in 1992, the first of four albums for Antone's. Foley signed to Shanachie for 1998's Ten Days in November, and she won a Juno Award for 2000's Love Comin' Down. After 2002's acclaimed Where the Action Is..., she left Shanachie for Germany's Ruf Records, where she issued 2006's now-classic New Used Car and Time Bomb in 2007 with Deborah Coleman and Roxanne Potvin. She cut two albums for Blind Pig with guitarist Peter Karp, including the charting He Said, She Said in 2010. Foley returned to recording in 2019 with the high-charting, award-winning The Ice Queen on Stony Plain in 2018. She released Pinky's Blues in 2021 and Live in Austin, Vol. 1 in 2023.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
March 29, 1968
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