Suzy Bogguss and Pacific Coast Highway
Liberty recording artist
brought some 
great music
to the 

Suzy gives Shawn Parr
a hug when she hits the stage


Story tells that back in 1985, Suzy recorded an album at Wendy Waldman's 
studio and started promoting herself to radio stations.  She got a job playing
at Dolly Parton's Dollywood theme park in Tennessee and later ended up
with a deal at Capitol Nashville.  Soon she opend a concert for Chet Atkins
and she was on her way to the top.

She had a little success with her two first singles in 1987, "I Don't Want to
Set the World on Fire" and "Love Will Never Slip Away."  She really showed
her stuff on a great Patsy Montana song "I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart.
Then she and producer Wendy Waldman did her first major album Some-
where Between.   The next album was Moment of Truth and her third album
Aces went gold in 1992, the next year her Voices in the Wind also went gold.

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Shawn Parr and LA
Country singer Liisa
Lee dance during a
song by Pacific 
Coast Highway

Shawn Parr of  KZLA 93.9
iPod Store
 Find a link to their site
at our Artist Link Page.

They are cutting the edge
as they break from
the West Coast.

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