Articles and Interviews
One of the greatest albums of country's renaissance in the early Nineties has to be Suzy Bogguss' "Aces." With hits like the Nanci Griffith acoustic folk number "Outbound Plane," the plaintive Cheryl Wheeler title song, Ian Tyson's rodeo classic "Someday Soon" and the Doug Crider/Matt Rollings composition about going away to college, "Letting Go," Bogguss appeared to be country's next superstar. In 1992 the Country Music Association rewarded Bogguss with its Horizon Award, echoing the praise that critics and fans had heaped upon her for her beautiful soprano voice and outstanding song selection. ...