Best known for her country hits "Drive South," "Hey Cinderella," "Just Like The Weather" and "Outbound Plane," Grammy and CMA winner Suzy Bogguss is heading to Harrisburg with her trio. She is one of country music's most acclaimed female singers, but she is also known for pursuing a variety of styles. Her eclectic repertoire covers everything from country, swing and jazz, to folk, Americana and roots music — all with equal style and grace.
Throughout the last three decades Boggus has recorded numerous albums, including ten for Capitol Records. Three of these recordings achieved gold status, and one album made it to platinum. Her latest CD, Aces Redux, was recorded in 2016 on Loyal Dutchess Records. Bogguss has won several awards from the Academy of Country Music, The Country Music Association, CMT, and ASCAP and in 2005 a song she recorded "Ah! May the Red Rose Live Again" appeared on the Grammy Winning CD Beautiful Dreamer.
A prolific songwriter, Bogguss has has collaborated with some of Nashville's most influential songwriters including Chet Atkins, Steve Dorff, Matraca Berg, and Pat Bunch, but her favorite co-writer is husband, Doug Crider. In 1993, the two penned her top-five single "Just Like the Weather."
Bogguss' vocals can be heard on national radio commercials for Coca-Cola and she has also performed on many national television shows including In Performance At The White House (PBS), A Capitol 4th (PBS), Austin City Limits, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Live With Regis And Kelly, and The View. She spends a lot of time on the road and recently completed a tour with Pam Tillis and Terri Clark that the threesome called Chicks with Hits.
Suzy Bogguss remains a rare artist who pleases fans and critics alike with her vocal style, musicianship, meaningful lyrics and live presence.
The Abbey Bar
Appalachian Brewing Company
50 N. Cameron St, Harrisburg, PA 17101
Free parking behind the building.
This is a sit-down concert in a listening-room environment.
Join us for dinner and conversation downstairs before the show!
$26 General Admission
$24 SFMS Members
$10 Students— to age 22
Age 21+ only— the ABC's rule for evening shows
Advance Tickets@ BrownPaperTickets.com