To contact Susan email her at

susan [insert the AT symbol] susanfleet.com


Add your comments in the form! 

Not to worry, your email will NOT be published.


Or scroll down to read what others have been saying!! 


To add your comment click on SIGN GUESTBOOK  

 

[sign guestbook] [guestbook]  

1 - 2 of 2

FEBRUARY 2017  
JANUARY 2017  
SEPTEMBER 2016  
MARCH 2016  
JANUARY 2016  
DECEMBER 2015  
NOVEMBER 2015  
JULY 2015  
JUNE 2015  
FEBRUARY 2015  
DECEMBER 2014  
NOVEMBER 2014  
SEPTEMBER 2014  
AUGUST 2014  
MAY 2014  
APRIL 2014  
MARCH 2014  
FEBRUARY 2014  
JANUARY 2014  
DECEMBER 2013  
NOVEMBER 2013  
OCTOBER 2013  
AUGUST 2013  
JULY 2013  
JUNE 2013  
MAY 2013  
APRIL 2013  
MARCH 2013  
DECEMBER 2012  
MAY 2012  
JANUARY 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2011  
NOVEMBER 2010  
OCTOBER 2010  
AUGUST 2010  
JUNE 2010  
DECEMBER 2009  
NOVEMBER 2009  
JUNE 2009  
MAY 2009  
FEBRUARY 2009  
OCTOBER 2008  
JULY 2008  
JUNE 2008  
MAY 2008  
FEBRUARY 2008  



June, 2008

Hello Susan,

Just wanted to say hello, I am bassist/manager of the all female big band Ladies First. We are in Buffalo NY, been together 6 years. Orignaly formed with Fran Scharrett who was Alto saxophonist with the Phil Spilatalny all female band of the 40's out of NYC on a radio show and also traveled with Joy Caylor band with USO. She is still here in Bufflao, Not playing now, left our band at the age of 86!
ENJOY
Jennfier


June 24, 2008 10:58 AM posted by Jennifer permalink comments (0)



Susan
You mentioned you wanted to know about women trumpet players. Well, I don't know how famous one must be to become featured, but I know of an interesting trumpet player from Traverse City, MI that I would like to mention. Jeannette Fehner is currently 87 yrs. of age and is still playing in two bands, two brass quintets, and an English style brass band in MI. She has been playing since she was ten, and has continued to play lead trumpet in all of the groups until just recently. She played in jazz bands in the Detroit area during WWII while most of the men were at war. Although trumpet playing was only an avocation, she had and continues to have a true passion for the instrument.(she was a college chemistry prof.) Recently she was awarded in Traverse City for her years in which she played taps for every ... >> full...


June 24, 2008 10:47 AM posted by Ev permalink comments (0)




 


Administrator