Sue Reddin and Friends
Inspiring Christian music.
Sue started singing to her audience of 40 fans at age five. The cows, chickens, and horses loved her beautiful soprano voice. She won a State of Wisconsin singing content as a senior in high school. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a major in Music Performance. After teaching several Wisconsin grade schools, she married, moved throughout the country, finally settling in Minneapolis.
During that time, and until her death, she directed twelve choirs, was song leader and soloist in many churches, and composed about forty songs that were both spiritual and secular. She produced and directed several musicals and productions at Lake Harriet Yacht Club. The Academy of Holy Angels, and Annunciation Catholic Church. She died of pancreatic cancer on March 25, 2015, leaving her unrecorded music to be completed by her generous friends and family.