An American country music singer.
While in college, Bogguss sang and played guitar in local coffeehouses, and after graduating became a regular on the club circuit in the Quad Cities area, performing frequently in Davenport, Rock Island, Kewanee and Peoria.
In the 1980s and 90s she released one platinum and three gold albums and charted six top ten singles, winning the Academy of Country Music's award for Top New Female Vocalist and the Country Music Association's Horizon Award.
In 1987, Bogguss released her first singles on the Liberty,Capitol label. Of these "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire," "Love Will Never Slip Away," and "Come as You Were", two succeeded in making the lower reaches of the country music charts.
Following its success, she was named the Academy of Country Music's Top New Female Vocalist.
The Country Music Association's Horizon Award. And six top ten singles, one platinum and three gold albums.
Having a much needed break, Suzy began a family in the nineties. She last appeared on the Billboard charts in 1999.
Suzy still tours with a very loyal following.
Today Suzy performs regularly and has appeared on the Grand Ole Opry many times.
A Grammy Award nomination for "Best Country Vocal Collaboration" for the song "Hopelessly Yours" with Lee Greenwood.
In 2001 Suzy formed her own record label "Loyal Dutchess" releasing the first released album "Live At Caffe Milano".
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