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White Christmas at Loveless Barn starring Grammy award winning recording artist Suzy Bogguss

Suzy Bogguss at Loveless Barn's White Christmas Nashville, TN
Suzy Bogguss stars in Loveless Barn's White Christmas

Loveless Barn’s White Christmas starring Suzy Bogguss is a 90 minute blessed respite to all the craziness in the world during an already hectic time of year; a truly wholesome family dinner show.  Suzy blends Christmas classics, some recognizable Bogguss hits, a few good friends, dancers, audience participation and her warm and humorous personality into a friendly and upbeat yet relaxing good time.

Don’t let the name throw you off. If you are new to the area or haven’t yet had a chance to enjoy the Loveless community, the Loveless Barn is a well known music venue located at 8400 Highway 100.  It may resemble a barn in shape, but once inside you enjoy a comfortable, delightfully decorated music venue; the perfect venue for a down home White Christmas.

Suzy Bogguss at Loveless Barn's White Christmas Nashville, TN
Barry and Dari Anne Amato

The show which looks and sounds fantastic thanks to Zac Zagrodsky, lighting director for Michael W. Smith and Hanna Zagrodsky on follow spot, as well as Jon Loeser and Scott Ferguson from Sound Image, features prominent Nashville players including Pat Bergeson on guitar, Will Barrow on piano, Charlie Chadwick on stand-up bass, Matt Combs on fiddle, and Harry Stinson on drums.

The show provides a couple of special surprises. One of which is the delightful square and ballroom dancing of Barry and Dari Anne Amato and a special duet by Suzy and her husband Doug Crider.  Also, some pop in guests, friends of Bogguss, can be expected at any given time.Preceding the show was a generous, banquet style buffet with beverage wait service and a no host cocktail bar.

Since Christmas is the time of giving, Suzy, the Loveless Barn and you are contributing to two local charities.  While you enjoy a fabulous Christmas production you also support the Second Harvest Food Bank and All about Women.

Suzy Bogguss at Loveless Barn's White Christmas Nashville, TN
Suzy Bogguss and husband Doug Crider
More Info: Tickets are $39.50 for adults and $24.50 for children which seem incredibly reasonable considering the quality of everything that went into a very entertaining evening. The buffet opens at 7:00pm. The show starts at eight.  Loveless Barn’s White Christmas starring Suzy Bogguss opened on December 20th and continues through the 23rd. For additional information call 615-646-9700 ext. 4.
Be sure to enjoy the entire photo catalog in the adjoining slide show below.
Show Play List:
1. Sleigh Ride
2. Mr. Santa
3. Winter Wonderland
4. Do You Hear
5. Have Yourself a Very Merry Christmas
6. Beautiful Star
7. Outbound
8. Eat at Joes
9. Someday Soon
10. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
11. The Best Things
12. I’ll Be Home for Christmas
13. Baby it’s Cold Outside
14. Jingle Bells
15. White Christmas
16. Santa is Coming to Town
Suzy Bogguss Discography and Awards:
1989 Somewhere Between (Capitol)
1990 Moment of Truth (Capitol)
1991 Aces (Capitol) Platinum
1992 Voices In The Wind (Capitol) Gold
1993 Something Up My Sleeve (Capitol) Gold
1994 Simpatico (with Chet Atkins) (Capitol)
1994 Greatest Hits (Capitol) Gold
1996 Give Me Some Wheels (Capitol)
1998 Nobody Love, Nobody Gets Hurt (Capitol)
1999 Suzy Bogguss (Platinum Records)
2003 Swing (Compadre Records)
2003 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Compadre Records)
1989 “I Want To Be A Cowboy’s Sweetheart, “Cross My Broken Heart”, “My Sweet Love Ain’t Around”
1991 “Someday Soon”, “Outbound Plane”, “Aces”
1992 “Letting Go”, “Drive South”, “Heartache”
1993 “Just Like The Weather”, “Hey Cinderella”, “You Wouldn’t Say That To A Stranger”, “Souvenirs”
1994 “One More For The Road” (with Chet Atkins), “Take It To The Limit” (from Common Thread: Songsof the Eagles)
1996 “Give Me Some Wheels”, “No Way Out”, “She Said, He Heard”
1998 “Somebody To Love”, “Nobody Love Nobody Gets Hurt”, “From Where I Stand”
1999 “Goodnight”, “Love Is Blind”
2003 “Cupid Shot Us Both With One Arrow”
Academy of Country Music, 1989 – Top New Female Vocalist
Country Music Association, 1992 – Horizon Award
Country Music Television/Europe, 1993 – Top Ten Video of the Year – “Drive South”
Country Music People International, 1993 – Rising Star Award
Country Music Association, 1994 – Album of the Year – Common Thread
Country Music Television/Europe, 1994 – Top Ten Video of the Year – “Hey Cinderella”
GRAMMY, 2005 – Traditional Folk Album – “Beautiful Dreamer, The Songs Of Stephen Foster