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Sue Passmore of the Good Lovelies

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Songs by Sue Passmore of the Good Lovelies



Newcastle, ON

Level of Experience:



Contemporary roots  | Pop

I Write:

By myself | For myself | With others

Songs Recorded:

See for Good Lovelies' catalogue. Solo release: "Find A Light" - Single (2018)

Albums Released:

Bluesativa (2003), 87 Miles (2006), Good Lovelies (2009), Under The Mistletoe (2009), Let The Rain Fall (2011), Live At Revolution (2012), Winter's Calling (2014), Burn The Plan (2015), Shapeshifters (2018)


Good Lovelies: 2010 Juno for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year, 4-time CFMA winners, #1 SOCAN Award in 2018 for the song "I See Gold"

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Face to face Cowriting | Pitching Songs to Artists | Pitching Songs To Tv/Film/Etc. | Getting a Publishing Deal


Sue Passmore is a co-founder and member of the Canadian band, Good Lovelies. In her 12-year professional career as a songwriter and performer with the Good Lovelies, she has won a Juno and four Canadian Folk Music Awards. The Good Lovelies have toured all over the world: in the US, Canada, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom; the band has also recorded 5 full-length albums, 2 EPs and 1 live album. The Good Lovelies’ most recent album Shapeshifters (2018), saw its first single, “I See Gold”, reach #1 on the CBC Music charts, earning the band a SOCAN Music Award, while their Canadian release tour kicked off at the legendary Massey Hall stage in Toronto. “I See Gold” also made CBC’s Top 100 list for 2018, and received a nomination for “Best Song” at the International Folk Music Awards.

Over the course of their career, the Good Lovelies have written, recorded and performed with many notable Canadians including: Stuart McLean (Vinyl Café), Kathleen Edwards, Fred Penner, Jill Barber, Royal Wood, Robyn Dell’Unto, Lily Frost, Peter Katz and Emma-Lee.

After conducting countless harmony workshops with the Good Lovelies, Passmore has teamed up with choir director Marie Anderson (formerly of La Jeunesse Northumberland Girls’ Choir), and has created a songwriting workshop for Anderson’ new youth choral program: Sounds of the Next Generation (SONG). The workshop was a great success and is currently in its second year.

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