The Sue Conway Victory Singers



Much of the best musical talent in Chicago - gospel capital of the world - stands in the ranks of The Sue Conway Victory Singers. Formed in 1988, the group quickly made its name in the United States and Europe. In Europe the group has performed more than 200 concerts. In March of 1999 The Sue Conway Victory Singers became the first gospel group, ever, to perform at the world renowned LA SCALA Theater in Milan!

Sue Conway, founder and artistic director of the group is considered the Grande Dame of Chicago music and sings everything from gospel to rock. Her rich and powerful alto voice has allowed her to perform extensively in theaters, churches, clubs, musicals and recording studios where she has worked with some of the greatest performers of our time, including Roberta Flack, Stevie Wonder, Patty LaBelle, Natalie Cole, Jerry "Ice Man" Butler, and Donny Hathaway. She has won the prestigious "Joseph Jefferson Award" for her interpretation of Bessie Smith and has performed on numerous radio and television programs in Europe and the United States. The Chicago Tribune’s, Sid Smith reviewed her performance - "A terrific singer, with a smoky low register and a piercing high one, Conway is delightful. ... Whenever Conway sings there’s magic."