THE ROLLING STONES
BONNIE RAITT Where: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
When: Wednesday, Nov. 22
By George A. Paul, Staff Writer
Each time The Rolling Stones mount a new tour, the same question arises: will this REALLY be the last time?
Rock music is supposed to be a young man s game after all. And since the three founding members are all older than 60, conventional wisdom would lead us to believe the British legends might hang up their concert hats soon.
But when you can still deliver the goods like The Stones did before an estimated crowd...
Ruth Brown, the bold and bodacious singer that San Diego's Frankie Laine once dubbed Miss Rhythm," has passed away in a Las Vegas area hospital from complications following a stroke and heart attack at age 78, her longtime friend and lawyer Howell Begle, announced today.
Brown reigned as queen of rhythm and blues through the 1950's. She was among the first bona fide stars on the fledgling Atlantic Records label, often referred to as "The House That Ruth Built."
WOODSTOCK legend and peace activist WAVY GRAVY is set to become a big screen hero almost 40 years after he presented 'three days of peace and music' in upstate New York.
The 70-year-old hippie icon, real name HUGH ROMNEY, is the focus of a new film tribute, SAINT MISBEHAVIN', which features stars like BONNIE RAITT, JACKSON BROWNE and PHIL LESH recalling their favourite memories of rock's clown prince.
A sneak peek of the biopic about the former B-movie actor, who coined some of the most famous phrases at the Woodstock f...
Bruce Elder, reviewer
In recent years the blues has become a popular minority music suited to rural festivals and pubs.
Within the genre's 12-bar simplicity are endless opportunities for improvisation and variation so that every country can discover its own style of blues. Who, for example, would deny Jeff Lang, the Backsliders, Big Wheel or Ash Grunwald their right to be exponents of distinctively Aussie blues?
Here is a collection of 11 tracks, each revealing exotic localised variants of t...
This week on A Prairie Home Companion: Bonnie Raitt
When it comes to real, authentic and true, this woman stands above the rest. Bonnie Raitt was a special guest on Garrison Keillor's 'Prairie Home Companion' this week. If you missed the show, check out the PHC archive and give a listen. In Segment 1, she plays the role of a blues singer who wants ...
LOS ANGELES, CA (Capitol Records) - Capitol recording artist Bonnie Raitt has won nine Grammy awards, sold over 17 million albums and been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Now she's about to hit another career high: she's opening for the Rolling Stones. Raitt will open for the Rolling Stones at two stops on their ongoing world tour - Novembe...
BY JACK W. HILL (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)
Sunday, October 1, 2006
MUSIC Bonnie Raitt
Opening act: Keb ’ Mo ’
8 p. m. Tuesday, Robinson Center Music Hall, Markham Street and Broadway, Little Rock
Tickets: $ 63, $ 43 (501 ) 975-7575 or www. ticketmaster. com
Bonnie Raitt is rejuvenated.
After a difficult 2005, in which her parents died and a brother battled a serious illness, Raitt is following the old show-business maxim “The show must go on,” and she has busied herself in the recording studio, on the road and with numerous environmental causes ...
In the black and white photo, Bonnie Raitt stands alone by a pond, her hands stuffed casually into the pockets of her trench coat.
She smiles slightly for the camera, her face framed by waves of long hair.
At the time, nothing in particular stood out in the Parisian scene, documented by Dick Waterman in the fall of 1970.
Yet, the photo offers a rare...
Bonnie is guest performing on Vince Gill massive new album
August 14, 2006
by Jon Zahlaway
liveDaily Senior Writer
On Oct. 17, Gill issues "These Days," his first new collection since 2003's "The Next Big Thing." The four-disc album comprises 43 songs, all of which Gill wrote or co-wrote, according to a press release. The singer also co-produced the set with the help of keyboardist John Hobbs and sound engineer Justin Niebank.
"These Days" features more than 20 guest performers, including Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt (The Rock Of Your Love)...
Crosby,Stills,Nash&Young return w a protest-heavy tour
By BEN WENER
Orange County Register
Let's not mince words.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young have reunited for their third tour this decade, having ended a decade-plus period of dormancy in late 1999 with the sweet, aptly titled album "Looking Forward."
This time out, however, the quartet of 60-somethings has rallied around a decidedly strident work, Young's "Living With War," easily the most bluntly outspoken response to the president and the Iraq war yet recorded. Slammed out in a six-day rage, the disc's nine straightforward anthems (and choir rendition of "America the Beautiful") ...
Keb' Mo', Others Join Bonnie Raitt On VH1 CD/DVD !
August 15 sees Bonnie Raitt teaming up with some of the biggest names in folk, blues and jazz on the first CD/DVD from VH1 Classic’s "Classic Decades Rock Live!"
The release, VH1 Classic Decades Rock Live! Presents Bonnie Raitt and Friends Featuring Norah Jones, Ben Harper, Alison Krauss and Keb’Mo’, includes interviews with the artists and exclusive live footage from a Sept. 200...
Poll: Meet Bonnie Backstage at the MN State Fair 8/26/06 for WBSM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - AUGUST 2006
BONNIE RAITT DONATES
STATE FAIR CONCERT & BACKSTAGE TICKETS
TO WEST BANK SCHOOL OF MUSIC
[MINNEAPOLIS] Bonnie Raitt with Special Guest Keb' Mo' are playing the Grandstand at the Minnesota State Fair on Saturday, August 26th at 7:30pm. To support West Bank School of Music’s (WBSM’s) campaign to buy, upgrade and eco-fy their historic house, Bonnie Raitt has made two pairs of great seats and...
Bonnie Raitt rallied against nuclear energy in the 1970s, she's recorded duets with Ray Charles and John Lee Hooker, and this week she'll play successive dates at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Indy Jazz Fest and jam-band festival Bonnaroo.
The 56-year-old singer-guitarist isn't sure her blues-folk style fits neatly at Telluride, Indy or Bonnaroo, but she's happy to play each of the shows.
"I'm glad that I'm eclectic enough to have been invited to all three," Raitt says.
Announcement from Bonnie Raitt, Graham Nash and Jackson Browne.
Our longtime friend, fellow No Nukes/MUSE artist, John Hall, whom you may also remember as a leader of Orleans (Dance With Me, Still the One) is running for Congress in the 19th District of upstate New York. John's been a lifelong activist and right out of the starting gate, is emerging as a very welcome and successful candidate in debates and testing so far. He's up against a very tough contender, the six-term incumbent Republican (and Tom DeLay crony) Rep. Sue Kelly, and of course needs to raise as much money ...
JOSEF WOODARD, NEWS-PRESS CORRESPONDENT - February 16, 2006 11:55 AM
Catching Bonnie Raitt at the Arlington Theatre,as a full house did for a generous Valentine's Day concert of musical kindness, is bound to trigger nostalgia for some. Longtime locals will remember hearing her in this special venue, going back to the "prehistoric age" of the late 1970s, when she was a cult and critical favorite.
That was long before she became a "comeback" sensation and a representative voice for aging baby boomers with her late-blooming hit 1989 album "Nick of Time."