Old New Zealand



Suzanne Lynch (nee) Donaldson rose to fame as one half of the female singing Duo The Chicks, the other half being her sister Judy. When The Chicks disbanded, Suzanne went on to have a successful solo career as well as working with major international acts including Val Doonican Neil Sedaka and Cat Stevens.

Suzanne got the NEBOA Entertainer of the Year award in 1971. In 1972 She won the Loxene Golden Disc award for "Sunshine Through A Prism". In 1973 she relocated to the U.K. with her husband Bruce Lynch And became a regular performer on British television.



1971 Can't Let You Go/Walk a Little Closer - Polydor 2069 016
1971 Stand By Your Man/Sunlight - Philips 6036 013
1972 Sunshine Through a Prism/Willie and Laura Mae Jones - Polydor 2069 020
1978 You've Really Got a Hold On Me/You Could Be Right This Time - Ring O'Records 2017 111 #6 Aus


???? Oh Suzanne - Philips 6334007
2006 Colour of Summer

More Video Links

The Beat Goes On

Audio Links

General Links

Bands For Hire - Suzanne Lynch Profile
Galaxy Music School