An evening with Susan Greenbaum & Horsehead

Broadberry Entertainment Group Presents

An evening with Susan Greenbaum & Horsehead

Sat, March 30, 2019

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Ashland Theatre

Ashland, VA

GA: $12 First Two Rows: $15 Box Seats: $25.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

Susan Greenbaum
Susan Greenbaum
Susan Greenbaum committed the first sin of musicians: She quit her day job. After working as a corporate executive in Fortune 500 companies, Susan traded her power suits for performing. She has been singing as long as she’s been speaking, growing up in Kansas City, in college at Harvard, and in Boston and Richmond, VA. And now her tax return, under "Occupation," reads, "Singer-songwriter."

Susan has won several national songwriting awards, most recently the Smithsonian Songwriters Award and the Philadelphia Songwriters Project songwriting contest. She was also the Grand Prize overall winner of the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest and also the second-place overall winner in the same contest—the only time in the contest’s three-decade history that the same artist had won multiple overall prizes. Several songs from Susan’s “Wake Up!” CD were finalists in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and the U.S.A. Songwriting Contest. Susan was voted “Best Singer and Songwriter” in Richmond, VA’s 2011 and 2012 Style Weekly “Best Of” issues and was identified as one of 50 major players on the area’s music scene by Richmond Magazine.

In addition to touring with Jewel, Susan’s credits include performing an acoustic set with Dave Matthews Band violinist Boyd Tinsley; sharing bills with Jill Sobule; and opening for Kenny Loggins, Patty Griffin, Dar Williams, Janis Ian, Todd Snider, Jim Messina, Tuck and Patti, Iris DeMent, Lucy Kaplansky, Lloyd Cole and Catie Curtis. Susan also endorses W.L Gore’s Elixir Strings. The most frequently heard comment at her gigs is, "Great songs--and how does all that big, beautiful sound come out of someone under five feet tall?" Find out at
SIX RECORDS. It’s taken about a decade, but while a lot of bands won’t make it past a couple of full length releases, Horsehead have managed to release 6 records built on a foundation of great songs, constant hooks and dynamic musicianship. Having taken a break from recording their new studio album, Pageant Wave, for singer and principal songwriter, Jon Brown, to have heart surgery to fix an aortic aneurysm, Horsehead quickly found their way to releasing what is the band’s best batch of songs to date. Join them for the first run of shows to support their stellar, new release. Pageant Wave - OUT NOW!
Venue Information:
The Ashland Theatre
205 England St
Ashland, VA, 23005