She reached the Top 15 in 1989 with "Cross My Broken Heart" and again in 1991 with a Lee Greenwood duet, "Hopelessly Yours." Her 1991 album Aces spawned three Top 10 hits – the title cut, "Outbound Plane" and "Letting Go." In 1992, the Country Music Association recognized her with its Horizon Award.
In 1993, Suzy climbed to No. 2 with "Drive South," a song written by John Hiatt. The Top 5 hits "Just Like the Weather" and "Hey Cinderella" followed. She and her friend Chet Atkins released their album Simpatico in 1994.
After parting with Capitol Records, Suzy recorded for other labels and released albums including Swing!, American Folk Songbook and Lucky. She continues to tour and is a frequent guest on the Grand Ole Opry.
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