says in his foreword to the New Age Music Guide by P.J.Birosik, published by
MacMillan "...explorers, who helped lay the groundwork for what we now
term New Age Music include Kitaro, Andreas Vollenweider, Vangelis, C.H.Deuter,
Klaus Schulze, Paul Horn, Suzanne Doucet, Brian
Eno and Paul Winter."
over 40 years in the world of Music have provided her with incomparable knowledge,
experience and contacts. Suzanne is an international recording and performing
artist, a singer, songwriter & composer with several hit records and albums
in Europe, prime time TV "Pop Show" hostess (guests included the BeeGees,
Eric Burdon, Grateful Dead, Keith Emerson, Donovan),actress, producer, script
writer,art director, sound designer, publisher, label owner & manager, marketing
consultant and retailer.
with her husband James Bell, Suzanne owned and operated the world-famous specialized
audio gallery Only New Age Music in Los Angeles. They own and operate
now newagemusic.com - the #1 online source for new age music.
latest instrumental recording credits include "Tantra Zone" with TaJalli,
"Resonance" with Gary Miraz, Sounds of Nature (21 CDs)
and Tranquility (21 CDs) combining the state-of-the-art binaural
recordings of Chuck Plaisance with her music.
Maclaine used Suzannes music on her best-selling video and audiocassette
titled Inner Workout. Suzanne also produced and directed the award
winning music video Starflight with Chris Toussaint. Suzanne started
her own record label in Europe, before she moved in 1983 to the USA.
founded the International New Age Music Network in 1987. She produced and directed
three International Conferences and the first New Age/World Music Festival at
the Wiltern Theater (featuring artists such as Paul Horn, Tim Wheater,TaJalli,
Jai Uttal, a.o.).
been a consultant to hundreds of artists, producers, record labels, radio programmers,
distributors and retailers and supervised many mainstream and alternative marketing
began their report on New Age Music with a quote from Suzanne Doucet, while
specialized Keyboard Magazine acknowledged Suzanne for having "the most
authoritative view on New Age Music," and the LA Times devoted a full page
article to Suzanne in their Sunday Calendar section. Magazines and TV production
companies have interviewed her for their publications in Germany, Austria, France,
Spain, Greece, Brazil, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.
Suzanne is the longest serving
member of the annual Screening Committee of the New Age Category for NARAS,
helping to define the guidelines for New Age Music since 1987. Suzanne was part
of the Presidential/Key Executive MBA Program at Pepperdine University, where
she studied business administration. In Munich, Suzanne studied Psychology,
as well as, Composition at the Munich State Conservatory.