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Chicago-born Suzanne Palmer became a high-profile dance music diva after teaming up with New York-based producer Peter Rauhofer and joined his project Club 69, adding her dazzling vocals on "Much Better," "Alright," "Twisted," and a house version of Diana Ross' 1981 hit "Muscles" featured on the 1997 album Style. The daughter of a jazz pianist, Palmer started performing professionally at the age of 16. From gospel, soul, jazz, and contemporary R&B to house and techno, the talented singer had the opportunity to start her solo career after touring Europe as part of the vocal group Victory Singers, achieving an award in an international pop festival in Poland and singing along with different U.S. numbers. In 2001, Palmer joined Peter Rauhofer once again to record a cover of British Kosheen's jungle/drum'n'bass smash "I Hide U," followed by "Show Me" in 2002. ~ Drago Bonacich