Raitt, Bonnie

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Raitt, Bonnie (Lynn)

(1949–  ) singer, guitarist; born in Burbank, Calif. Daughter of John Raitt, a musical theater star, she learned guitar when she was 12, inspired by blues musicians Mississippi Fred McDowell and Buddy Guy. She played with McDowell and Howlin' Wolf before she released albums such as Sweet Forgiveness (1977) which contained the hit "Runaway." Widely popular during the 1970s for her earthy singing style of rhythm-and-blues, rock, and folk, she fell into an eclipse until her albums Nick of Time (1989) and Luck of the Draw (1991) marked a comeback.
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Bonnie Raitt's seductively subtle slide, an unerring ear for a classy song and a voice straight from the Amen corner, are three reasons why she has maintained a career that has bucked stylistic trends, banking instead on the adage that fame is temporary while class is permanent.
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BLUES legend Bonnie Raitt is going it alone again - releasing a new album next year on her own record label.
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With a new album featuring a host of guests from Bonnie Raitt to Terence Blanchard, Dr John brings a lifetime of collaboration and invention to a project that's sure to conjure up the enduring spirit and extraordinary talent of the man who took the jazz message worldwide.
Norah Jones; Neil Young; Willie Nelson; Crosby, Stills and Nash; Bonnie Raitt; Eddie Vedder; John Mellencamp; Los Lobos; and J ack White are among the musicians signed up to salute Dylan with versions of his songs at the annual event to benefit The Recording Academy's charitable foundation.
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The actress had earlier mentioned that she was inspired by American Blues singer/song-writer Bonnie Raitt and this new single is a remake of Raitt's classic track, which was released in 1991.