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Bogguss brings country hits to Chateau Rive stage

Suzy Bogguss has been a staple of the country music scene since she emerged in the late ’80s, and she brings some of her biggest hits to Chateau Rive on Friday.

Since being signed to Capitol Records in 1987, Bogguss has released a dozen studio albums and has had six Top 10 singles, three of which (including “Outbound Plane” and “Letting Go”) were featured on her breakout 1991 record “Aces.” Bogguss hasn’t had a smash hit since the late ’90s – “Drive South,” “Just Like the Weather” and “Hey Cinderella,” her singles from that period, were the most successful of her career – but she continues to tour extensively and release music on her own label.

Her latest album, “Lucky,” was released earlier this year and features her covers of songs by the legendary Merle Haggard, including “Sing Me Back Home,” “I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink” and “Going Where the Lonely Go.”

Bogguss’ band is made up of seasoned country session players, making this a perfect Valentine’s Day event for a cowboy and his sweetheart.

Nathan Weinbender

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