“Their lyrics always tell a story and frequently pull at your emotions…asking us to consider what we can do to improve our world and the planet we live on.” – Bruce Hanson, smalltowntoronto.com
“Their music embodies the spirit of roots music, and too few recent artists can accomplish that.”
– Brian Gladstone, Festival Director, Winterfolk
As performers and songwriters, Sue and Dwight like to connect with audiences wherever they are. For the past 10 years, the duo has been a fixture on the Toronto Music Scene performing in clubs, house concerts and festivals in the area, including a six year weekly residency at The Cameron House. Tours have taken them further afield to other parts of Ontario and Western Canada. They have also had the good fortune to be able to perform for the very people many of their songs have been written about…women living with HIV, students, and farmers…in schoolyards, villages and fields in Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda.
During this time, Sue and Dwight have been a part of Toronto’s Subway Musicians Programme. The experiences of a subway busker have provided a rich source of insights and stories that Sue has compiled in a book called ‘Attention All Subway Riders – A Busker’s Eye View’. http://attentionallsubwayriders.blogspot.ca/ .
Sue and Dwight are:
Sue Peters – vocals and acoustic guitar
Dwight Peters – vocals, guitars, piano, and accordion