Suzy Bogguss

Suzy Bogguss
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Suzy Bogguss never sneaks up on a note, according to her friend and mentor, the late Chet Atkins. But she'll sneak up on you. Until you think about it, you don't appreciate her remarkable endurance in the most volatile period the country music industry has ever experienced. Bogguss has an impressive body of work to show for the past twelve years. There's an album of finely crafted songs, impeccably sung, for every year except 1995, when she and her husband Doug Crider presented their most perfect creation, a little boy named Ben. Bogguss maintains an enviable vital career, because of the respect she enjoys as one of the best singers and most versatile entertainers in country music. She plays a wide variety of venues, sometimes as a solo act, other times with a full backup band. She has passed through that period of craziness that passes for success. She has logged the requisite major career moments, trekking to center stage to pick up CMA and ACM awards (Horizon Award, 1992, Top New Female Vocalist, 1989, respectively). She attended the Grammys as a nominee ("Hopelessly Yours," a vocal collaboration with Lee Greenwood, and "Teach Your Children" with Kathy Mattea and Alison Krauss). She has gold and platinum albums and ASCAP songwriting awards. She has a string of hit records. She hosted a televised awards show, The TNN/Music City News Awards. She appeared on the Tonight Show. Not to mention the ultimate in High Profile Recognition: a slot on one of Mr. Blackwell's Worst Dressed Lists. More noteworthy in the long run is Bogguss' continual artistic maturation and universality. Her songs have cropped up as theme music for such diverse events as figure skating championships and promotion of the final episode of the TV sitcom, Home Improvement. She has appeared in varied TNN musical specials. She has earned her credibility as a musician, singer, songwriter, producer, spokesperson, and stage performer. Recently she took another leap. In 2001 Suzy formed her own record company and realized her long-time ambition of making a Christmas album with Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Loyal Dutchess Records.) The album was released primarily over the Internet, ( plus and includes three songs recorded during her 12-year stint with Capitol Records. Two of those songs -- "Mr. Santa" and "Two-Step Around The Christmas Tree" -- have become Christmas classics at country radio.
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10/03/2007 - Bogguss jazzes up new album - Read More
10/02/2007 - Suzy Bogguss takes another new turn with latest CD - Read More
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Suzy Bogguss  07/06/2007            
Cindy Y
Wow...what a voice. I first heard Suzy sing on a cruise ship in Feb of 2007. I went because of another artist,but am so glad to have been introduced to Suzy's music. She'll be in Linden,TX 10/6/07. I especially like her 20 Greatest Hits CD. And, she is such a nice person!!
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