Steve grew up in the area of Lawrence Mass. in the 50s and 60s. He later settled in the Seacoast Area in the early 70s After having been a fixture in the seacoast folk and acoustic music scene, as a singer songwriter, through the 70s 80s and 90s, Steve moved to Exeter and later became an owner of Exeter Music, a store in the downtown area. He has been a member of many choirs and choruses and madrigal groups over the years as well. He joined the Sugarbeats at it's inception. Steve sings bass.
Susan, our soprano, is a 4th generation music educator where she has spent the last 30 years teaching at the Lincoln St. Elementary school in Exeter, NH. When not teaching young children, she can be found mentoring student interns from UNH where she is also an adjunct professor teaching Elementary Music Methods. Sue directs the Senior and handbell choir at the Newmarket Community Church. She enjoys singing in community choruses, and is very happy to be a member of Vocalocity. Susan resides in Newmarket, NH with her very supportive husband Gary and two beautiful daughters Emily and Abigail.
Doug Ramsay, tenor/baritone, attended West Chester University where he majored in music and business. He is a sales representative for Sam Moore Furniture, Hooker Furniture and Bradington-Young Furniture. He regularly sings at weddings and funerals, and is an active member of Vocalocity. He also plays trumpet, and is a huge Andy Williams fan. Doug enjoys skiing, gardening and cooking. He lives in Stratham, with his wife, Jennifer, and their 3 sons.
Jennifer Ramsay, alto, teaches music at Exeter High School in Exeter, NH. She received her B.S. in Music Education from West Chester University, and her M.Ed. from Lesley University. Jennifer is also the Director of Music at First Congregational Church, Hampton, NH. She is the founder and conductor of Vocalocity, a 50 voice community choir, through which the Sugarbeats were born. Jennifer lives in Stratham, with her husband, Doug, and is the proud mother of 3 sons, Brad, Ben and Tim.