Susan Kay “Suzy” Bogguss (born December 30, 1956) is a singer music American country music of the 1980s and 1990s. He has achieved six singles in the list of the ten most popular have a classified platinum album and three gold, and won several awards, including best new vocals women of the Academy of Country Music and best new artist of the Country Music Association.
After taking a break in the middle of the 1990s to start a family with her husband, Doug Crider, Bogguss returned to the music world country and discovered that had already left it behind. Although his last hit was in 1999, Boguss still recording and giving concerts throughout us
Childhood and early successes
Bogguss was born in Aledo, Illinois). His musical career began with five years singing in choir Angel College Avenue Presbyterian Church. Her parents encouraged him, took lessons in piano and drums, and began playing the guitar as a teenager; Furthermore, was the star of several musicals in the insituto. After graduating in 1975, he enrolled at Illinois Wesleyan University, but later transferred to Illinois State University, where he graduated in 1979 with a title in metallurgy.