In Canada SUE MEDLEY's first single, "Dangerous Times", not only pushed her debut album to gold status within a few weeks of release, but was #1 on MuchMusic for two weeks, #1 on the Pop Adult charts for a whopping 12 weeks, in the Top 3 of the National album Rock chart for six weeks, and earned Sue a SOCAN Songwriter of the Year Award for most airplay.
On the heels of the singles "Dangerous Times" and "Love Thing", she toured North America the rest of the year including dates with Bob Dylan in Toronto and other major markets. In October, 1991 she was invited by John Mellencamp to participate in the Bob Dylan Tribute at Madison Square Gardens in New York.
Her Australian album release "Letters and Postcards" (August 1998), charted #13 (just behind Madona's "Ray of Light") after 2 weeks of the release date. Her music is all over the hit TV series Dawson's Creek.
She's been in the studio recording and producing her latest material for her new album "Ordinary Girl", which she feels extremely confident about. "It's songs everyone can relate to - young and old, and the style and approach is a fresh one for me."
- 1990, "Sue Medley"
- 1992, "Inside Out"
- 1998, "Letters and Postcards"
- 2000, "Velvet Morning" (40% of the album used in Dawson's Creek television series)
- 2001, "Best of Sue Medley"
- 2003, "Ordinary Girl" (with Mick Fleetwood on drums/percussion)
- "Tribute to Bob Dylan" - Madison Sqare Gardens
"Like A Rolling Stone" with John Mellancamp
- "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" Opening - Cleveland
- "Farm Aid" - Louisville, Kentucky
- "John Cougar Mellancamp", live on the internet - Filmore, San Francisco
- "The Tonight Show" - Jay Lenno