How to Say Goodbye

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How to Say Goodbye

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How to Say Goodbye 

Released in 2000, How to Say Goodbye piled up an impressive stack of awards. Susan received notable attention with this album's contemporary pop/rock songs. Thanks to her classically trained, high octane vocal range and hook-filled songwriting style, her blend of introspective and observational lyrics, dynamic melodies and textured rhythms has earned her comparisons to Pink, Sara Bareilles, Melissa Etheridge, Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morissette and Annie Lennox.

"Susan has clearly been doing her songwriting homework, and never met a hook she didn't like...solid, creative, commercial and instantly memorable songs..." says L.A.'s DIY Reporter.

"We are all victims of history. If Susan [Ruth] had been born 30 years earlier, she would probably have been hailed as one of rock's leading and trail-blazing women heroines.  She's more concerned with the performance and melody and clean sound than trying to make an eclectic 'statement.'...If Susan [Ruth]'s hungry, turned-away, beaten, depressed, needing, hoping, wanting sound isn't touched by brilliance, then neither is Madonna or Jewel or the two-name fe-rockers that have conquered the world…her talent will hold its own toward stardom."
-           Ben Ohmart, Musicdish.com

How to Say Goodbye awards:

2001 & 2002 ASCAP Achievement Award Winner 
XM Radio DIY Album of the Year (Los Angeles, CA)
Seattle Area Music Innovation & Excellence Awards:
Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year
2001 USA Songwriting Competition - Finalist, Rock category
FEMMUSIC.com Artist of the Year 
XM Satellite Radio Artist of the Month
Disc Makers Independent Music World Series - Semi-Finalist

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