Susan Anders received her BA with honors from UC Santa Cruz, and her MA from San Francisco State. During this time she trained with many teachers in California, including Roland Wyatt, Faith Winthrop, Jane Sharp, Judy Davis, and Lisa Popeil. She has coached singers for over thirty years in the SF Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Nashville. Her articles on singing have appeared in Acoustic Guitar, Acoustic Musician, Backstage West and the Angel City Voice, and her instructional books, downloads, apps, and CDs have been used worldwide. Performers Susan has coached include Hillary Scott (Lady Antebellum), Dierks Bentley, Joey Heatherton, Chase Bryant, Josh Gracin, Jerry Douglas, Rose MacGowan, Constance Marie, Alana Ubach, and L7.

Susan has taught singing workshops at several conferences and camps, including NSAI's Songposium, Puget Sound Guitar Workshop, SERFA, and California Coast Music Camp

Susan is also a singer and songwriter: "A commanding, soulful voice" said the New Yorker—"A wonderful singer" said the East Bay Express—"Arrow-pure vocals" said In Pittsburg. Her former band Susan's Room released five albums. Susan has recorded four solo CDs: You Can Close Your Eyes (a lullaby CD), Release, Swimmer, and her newest album Loop de Loop. Susan's songs have been recorded by the Four Bitchin' Babes, The Irrationals, Renee Hayes, Jordan Carter, and many other independent artists. Susan was born and raised in Berkeley, California, and now lives in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Susan's artist bio is here.