Kleinhans Music Hall welcomes a collaboration between Grammy-nominated Kathy Mattea and Suzy Bogguss with “Together At Last!” at 7:30 p.m. June 2 in the Mary Seaton Room.
A press release stated, “These two country and folk legends have finally joined forces to share their celebrated music and personal chemistry on stage for the entire performance, swapping songs, singing harmony, and playing guitar on each other's biggest hits. Never content to rest on their past achievements, the pair brings new material to these shows, along with two careers worth of humorous and heart-warming stories.”
Mattea and Bogguss have each carved out careers in popular music with country chart hits spanning two decades. Bogguss’ “Outbound Plane,” “Aces” and “Someday Soon” are among the many songs beloved by country music fans around the world, as are “Where’ve You Been?” “455 Rocket” and “Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses” from Mattea’s deep well of material.
Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically, notably with “Teach Your Children,” their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s “Red, Hot + Country” compilation. They have “threatened” for years, and their many fans have clamored for this pairing.
Tickets are on sale. More information can be found at https://kleinhansbuffalo.org/event/kathy-mattea-suzy-bogguss/ or by calling 716-855-5000 for personalized service.
The press release said, “Kleinhans Music Hall is deeply committed to the health and wellness of our audiences, staff, volunteers, performers and community, therefore all patrons over the age of 13 will be required to provide proof of vaccination and identification at the door. In addition to the proof of vaccination, all patrons must wear masks while inside Kleinhans Music Hall.” For the most up to date information, visit https://kleinhansbuffalo.org/safety-protocols/.