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In the August/September 2009 issue we'll interview Bonnie Raitt, who's preparing to kick off a one-of-a-kind summer tour with fellow artist Taj Mahal.
We'll also profile New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint, blues survivor Candye Kane, veteran bluesman Lonnie Shields, and guitarist Kid Ramos. And we'll have coverage of the star-studded 2009 Blues Music Awards.
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Bonnie Raitt, R.E.M., MoveOn Team Up To Defend Open Internet
Bonnie Raitt, R.E.M., MoveOn Team Up To Defend Open Internet 09-22-2010
by Ryan Grim - firstname.lastname@example.org | HuffPost Reporting
The Federal Communications Commission will meet Thursday in the midst of an ongoing debate over net neutrality regulations that have pitted major telecoms, which want control of the flow of information across their broadband networks, against small businesses, bloggers, political actors and other Internet users wh...
World's Top Musicians Join Together on Aid Still Required
World's Top Musicians Join Together on "Aid Still Required" CD to Help Thousands Still Struggling After 2004 Tsunami LOS ANGELES, CA-- Marketwire - June 22, 2010
Album cover art of the 'Aid Still Required' compilation CD released June 22.
The CD features legendary artists such as Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Norah Jones, James Taylor, Maroon 5, John Lennon (estate), Ani DiFranco, Ray Charles (estate), Hunter Payne, and more. Available at http://www.aidstillrequired.org/ and on iTunes....
SEN and Bonnie Raitt Rock Out Against Nukes November 4, 2009
Teaming up with the Guacamole Fund, Southern Energy Network had the awesome opportunity to promote its our anti-nuclear work in Florida, raise some money, and hang out with Bonnie Raitt. And what a great night it was!
SEN’s Field Director, Stephanie Powell and I worked with 3 amazing volunteers from University of West Florida to inform fans about the nuclear issues currently facing Florida. We encountered tons of folks who were already engaged on the issues an...
A life long Minnesotan whose sound has always focused on a characteristically "Minneapolis" sound, Ricky Peterson is best known for his now 25 year association with saxophone legend David Sanborn and for ha...
Bonnie Raitt serves up variety of styles at Majestic
Bonnie Raitt serves up variety of styles at Majestic May 13, 09
By Jim Beal Jr.
(Nicole Frugé / email@example.com)
Bonnie Raitt dedicated the show to Stephen Bruton, the Texas musician who died of cancer Saturday.
THE SHOW: Bonnie Raitt, Tuesday night, May 12,at the Majestic Theatre,San Antonio, Texas.
ATTENDANCE: About 1,800
Here is an excellent audience capture of Bonnie at the Majestic Theater.
This theater has definately better than average acoustics. She sounded
great this tuesday evening, or "schoolnight" as Bonnie mentioned. She
has a top notch band and sound. The crowd was enthusiastic and well behaved.
Bonnie Raitt contributes bg.vocals on Maia Sharp's new album
Raitt contributes bg.vocals on Maia Sharp's new album 05/12/2009
(PR) Acclaimed singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Maia Sharp returns with Echo, her fourth full-length solo album, set for release on August 11th.
The poignant lead single, "John Q. Lonely," goes to radio in mid-June, and it's one of two album songs that fans can download for free now at legendary producer Don Was' page on th...
New Documentary About Wavy! Saint Misbehavin' premieres at SXSW Film Festival
He became legend at Woodstock, is a hero to thousands of children who’ve attended Camp Winnarainbow, and is known around here as one of Seva’s co-founders and current board members. Now, he’s the subject of a new documentary film: Saint Misbehavin’ — The Wavy Gravy Movie.
Directed by Michelle Esrick, with DA Pennebaker serving as Executive Producer, the...
Musician Steve Raitt, brother of singer Bonnie Raitt, dies
Musician Steve Raitt, brother of singer Bonnie Raitt, dies After an eight-year battle with brain cancer, the big brother of Bonnie has died. He was a major force on the Twin Cities music scene from the 1970s through '90s.
By JON BREAM, Star Tribune
April 6, 2009 - 5:24 AM
There was a time when if you were a Twin Cities singer putting together a new band, the first person...
Bonnie Raitt's blues act ages gracefully By Dave Tianen of the Journal Sentinel
Mar. 3, 2009
Later this year, Bonnie Raitt will turn 60. She has, indeed, become the kind of blues matriarch she has spent much of her professional life honoring.
Monday, she opened a two-night stand with Jonny Lang at the Northern Lights Theater. At one point in the middle of her set, she stopped for a few moments to reflect on the advantages and gifts of seniority. You're done struggling to establish a persona and you have the confidence ...
Raitt returns the love with long set at Kalamazoo's State Th
Raitt returns the love with long set at Kalamazoo's State Theatre by Mark Wedel | Special to the Kalamazoo Gazette
Sunday March 01, 2009
KALAMAZOO -- Bonnie Raitt gave her all for a sold-out State Theatre Saturday night.
It seemed at the end that Raitt didn't want to stop singing. And the audience, giving her standing ovations after each song of her encore, didn't want her to stop. Raitt and her band kept going until after 11 p.m.