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Susan M. Carr is a Seattle singer, actress, vocal teacher, and author.

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Susan’s extensive singing career ranges from 1991’s The Carmen Miranda Show to the Susan Carr Ensemble. Her acting credits include many movies and TV shows. As a teacher and vocal coach, Susan has taught artists such as Macklemore and Alice In Chains. Her Art of Screaming technique and app help singers achieve power without harming their voices. Susan’s first novel, The Ballard of Desiree, is a coming of age tale of the 1970s.