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Bonnie Raitt is an American blues singer-songwriter who is noted for receiving nine Grammy Awards in her career. She is characterized distinctly for doing something with a lyric no one else can do.
She bends it and twists it that directly appeals to your heart. Raitt is best known for her songs "Nick of Time", "Something to Talk About", and the ballad "I Can't Make You Love Me."
Raitt was introduced to music when one day, she was notified by a friend that blues promoter Dick Waterman was giving an interview at Harvard's college radio station. She went to see Waterman, and the two soon became friends.
Bonnie Raitt was amazed by Dick Waterman"s passion for the music and the integrity with which he managed the musicians. She soon picked up back-up singing recording gigs with music producers Bruce Robb and Steve Cropper.
During Raitt's sophomore year, Waterman relocated to Philadelphia, and a number of local musicians went with him. Bonnie also became a strong part of that community. By then, she was also playing folk and rhythm and blues clubs in the Boston area. She performed alongside established blues legends like Howlin' Wolf, Sippie Wallace, and Mississippi Fred McDowell.
In the fall of 1970, Bonnie Raitt accepted an offer with Warner Bros. who soon released her self titled debut album in 1971. "Bonnie Raitt" was warmly received by the music press, many of whom praised her skills as an interpreter and as a bottleneck guitarist.
Although her critical stature continued to grow but record sales remained modest. She came up with her second album, Give It Up in 1972. The album gained international acclaimed. Many critics still regard Give It Up as her best work. She released Takin' My Time following year and it once again met with critical acclaim.
By 1975, Bonnie Raitt had experimented with different producers and different styles. She then began to adopt a more mainstream sound that continued through 1975's Home Plate. The following year saw her making an appearance on Warren Zevon's self-titled album with Warren Zevon's friend Jackson Browne and Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.
Raitt made her first commercial breakthrough with the releazse of 1977's Sweet Forgiveness. The album yielded a hit single in her cover of Del Shannon's "Runaway." Its commercial success prompted a bidding war between Warner Bros. and Columbia Records.
Bonnie Raitt ended up making a big deal with Columbia Records. After more than twenty years, she earned belated commercial success with her 10th album, Nick of Time. The album came out in market in the spring of 1989 and went to the top of the U.S. charts.
Nick of Time garnered her yet another Grammy Award. The album sold over 6 million copies in the US alone. The following year she once again shook music industry with her album, Luck of the Draw. It earned three more Grammy Awards for her and sold nearly 8 million copies in the United States.
The year 1994 saw Bonnie adding two more Grammys with her album Longing In Their Hearts. It turned out to be her second no. 1 album. She issued Road Tested next year which received solid reviews and sold well enough to be certified gold.
The year 2000 turned out to be the most memorable in Bonnie Raitt"s life for she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She released Silver Lining in 2002 and Souls Alike in 2005.
Having toured big cities around the world, Bonnie Raitt is all-set to begin her 2009 Tour. So grab your tickets and feel the energy of her concerts for yourself!
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