Suzanne Santo is an American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She was born on August 20, 1985, in Cleveland, Ohio. Santo is best known as the lead vocalist and violinist of the Americana duo HoneyHoney, which she formed with guitarist and singer Ben Jaffe in 2006.
Santo began playing the violin at a young age and later studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She also developed an interest in acting and appeared in several films and television shows before focusing on her music career.
In addition to her work with HoneyHoney, Santo has also released solo material, including her debut album “Ruby Red” in 2017. Her music is often described as a blend of Americana, folk, and rock with soulful vocals and poetic lyrics.
Santo has collaborated with several notable musicians throughout her career, including Gary Clark Jr., Butch Walker, and Shakey Graves. She has also toured extensively in the United States and Europe.