Black-eyed Susie is a dynamic duo playing that old time, foot-stompin’ music & sing-a-longs with Sue Hill on fiddle and Rudy Pelletier on guitar.   We specialize in playing for the senior crowd in assisted living facilities, nursing homes, rehab centers, senior centers, special events, and private homes all across Connecticut.

We are excited about creating special entertainment for young children in nursery schools, day care and elementary schools. Our program includes “hands on” percussion instruments and simple dancing.  We include historical tunes from Colonial America,  Revolutionary War, Western Expansion & Reform, Civil War Era, & Frontier America.   Special Request?

Sue & Rudy "Black-Eyed Susie"

Why Hire Us?

  • We are experienced. Music has been a part of our lives for over 50 years.

  • We are dependable. A professional, business relationship is important to us.

  • We are versatile. Small or large groups, strolling through rooms or a private visit.

  • We aim to please. Playing songs the crowd loves & introducing new ones, too!

  • We really love what we do! Sincere, caring & talented musicians.

  • We have fun. Ask us to portray Archie & Edith Bunker singing the
    “All in the Family” theme song.

3 Responses to

  1. Fran Hendrickson says:

    Wow – what fun!!! This is a nice site with lots oflistening pleasure! Congratulations, you two!!!
    Fran Hendrickson

  2. Maria Saavedra says:

    I would like to know more about your entertainments. I am working as activities co-ordinator in a nursing home. Can you send your information to: Maria I. Saavedra Activities co-ordinator
    107 High St, Edgware, Egware HA8 7DB

    Thank you

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