Susan Weinert (24 June 1965 – 2 March 2020) was a German guitarist and songwriter of international renown.
Susan Weinert in Saarbrücken 2002.
|Born||24 June 1965|
Neunkirchen, West Germany
|Died||2 March 2020 (aged 54)|
Neunkirchen, Saarland, Germany
|Genres||Jazz, jazz fusion|
|Labels||veraBra, Tough Tone|
On her first album in 1992, WDR radio chose Mysterious Stories as jazz production of the year. In 2004, Weinert with her husband Martin Weinert on bass, singer Francesco Cottone, and Hardy Fischötter on drums recorded Running Out of Time.
Susan Weinert died on 2 March 2020, aged 54, due to cancer.
- 1992 Mysterious Stories (Select)
- 1994 Crunch Time
- 1996 The Bottom Line (Intuition/veraBra)
- 1999 Point of View (Intuition)
- 2002 Triple Talk Live
- 2002 Synergy with Martin Weinert (Tough Tone)
- 2005 Running Out of Time (Tough Tone)
- 2006 Dancing on the Water (Tough Tone)
- 2007 Tomorrow's Dream (Tough Tone)
- 2010 Thoughts & Memories (Tough Tone)
- 2015 Fjord with Martin Weinert (Tough Tone)
- 2018 Beyond the Rainbow (Tough Tone)
- 2019 Der Baum vor meinem Fenster (released 2020)
- Alexander, Charles (28 December 2002). Masters of Jazz Guitar. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 111. ISBN 9780879307288.
- "Susan Weinert: Beyond The Rainbow". Gitarre&Bass. Retrieved 20 December 2018.
- Horst, Martin. "Susan Weinert Band biography". Prog Archives. Retrieved 20 December 2018.
- Turner, Mark F. (23 September 2005). "Susan Weinert: Running Out of Time and Synergy". All About Jazz. Retrieved 22 January 2019.
- Jacobi, Elke. "Die begnadete Gitarristin starb im Alter von 54 Jahren: Susan Weinert ist tot". Saarbrücker Zeitung (in German). Retrieved 13 March 2020.
- "Susan Weinert | Album Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 22 January 2019.
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