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Suzy Eises on sharing stage with Myrna Clayton

no jet lag prevented Suzy Eises from hitting the stage for appreciation month concert.

When you love your job, you do the things that need to be done, even if it means jumping straight from a flight the UK right to the NTN stage. That’s exactly Saxophonist Suzy Eises did on Wednesday as she was part of the concerts hosted by the US embassy.

The two concerts that were in honor of appreciation month, saw American jazz legend The Myrna Clayton Experience feature Suzy Eises for two nights of jazzing and loving. The other concert was hosted at the Warehouse Theatre and they were all free for the public.

In an appreciation post, Suzy thanks those who came out to her shows for dancing, showing up and singing along to their performances. Her status read

“3 evening shows this week and y’ all came out, showed up, danced and sang away! I am so grateful and feel so good! Thank you!!!! It’s been such a beautiful experience performing with my band for you and learning from the amazing, beautiful powerhouse Myrna Clayton and her lovely band! Thank you to the @usembnamibia for allowing my idea of cultural exchange I hoped to come into light. Hard work PAYS…off,” Suzy.


Suzy will be around for a few weeks and we sure hope we will see and hear more from her.


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