Suzy Night stepped out on stage knowing it wasn’t like any other night. The head of Little Records, Bernie Lax, was in from New York to hear her sing. She had on that blue gown she wore the night her and Ron first got together.
With Ron in the first row cheering her on, Suzy felt invincible. She kept her gaze on Ron as she sang her version of the Beatles classic Let It Be. Suzy left the stage confident it was the best she ever sang.
Ten minutes later she was in sweats sitting next to her husband. Lax came over to congratulate her on a outstanding performance, and offered her a recording contract. Suzy looked at Ron knowing he would approve.
A week later she was in the recording studio working on her debut album.