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Susie Allanson

Susie Allanson is an American country music singer and actress. Susie was raised in Burbank and lived in Las Vegas from 1963-71. Before beginning her singing career in the late -1970s, she toured as part of Jesus Christ Superstar and appeared in the film of the same name. As a singer, she released five studio albums and charted several singles on the Billboard and Cashbox country charts, including the No. 1 hit "We Belong Together".[1] She also had top ten chart success with a cover of Buddy Holly's "Maybe Baby" and "Words" by the Bee Gees. Her early albums were produced by Ray Ruff, her then husband. The couple subsequently divorced. She later married musician Steve Williams. She now lives in California with her two children, Daniel and Amanda, and her husband.[2]

Discography

Albums

Title Album details Peak positions
US Country
Susie Allanson --
A Little Love
  • Release date: November 1977
  • Label: Music City Records
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We Belong Together 42
Heart to Heart 11
Susie --
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Singles

Year Title Peak positions Album
US Country CAN Country
1976 "Love Is a Satisfied Woman" -- -- Susie Allanson
1977 "Baby, Don't Keep Me Hangin' On" 23 -- We Belong Together
"Baby, Last Night Made My Day" 20 --
1978 "Maybe Baby" 7 14
"We Belong Together" 2 4
"Back to the Love" 17 13
1979 "Words" 8 7 Heart to Heart
"Two Steps Forward and Three Steps Back" 6 51
"Without You" 79 -- N/A
"I Must Be Crazy" 38 --
1980 "While I Was Makin' Love to You" 31 -- Susie
"Dance the Two Step" 23 --
1981 "Run to Her" 53 -- Sleepless Nights (unreleased)
"Love Is Knockin' at My Door (Here Comes Forever Again)" 44 --
"Hearts (Our Hearts)" 60 --
1982 "Wasn't That Love" 62 --
1987 "Where's the Fire" 67 -- N/A
"She Don't Love You" 70 --
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

References

  1. ^ Brennan, Sandra; Johnny Loftus. "Susie Allanson biography". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ Selby, Daniel. "Susie Allanson...We Belong Together". Daniel Selby. Retrieved . 

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