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Bonnie Bramlett: Forty Years On Fire

Read "Bonnie Bramlett: Forty Years On Fire" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett were a key building block in popular music development in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between their 1969 debut album Home and D&B Together, made shortly before their divorce in 1972, the couple prepared the ground for acts like Steve Miller, Steve Winwood, Boz Scaggs, Hall & Oates and George Michael.

Despite their seminal importance, Delaney & Bonnie are remembered today more for their session and touring work with other musicians--Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Duane ...


Album Review

Bonnie Bramlett & Mr. Groove Band: Roots, Blues & Jazz

Read "Roots, Blues & Jazz" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Bonnie Bramlett is back. She is best remembered for the music she made during the sixties and the early seventies with her husband Delaney. Their brand of the blues was good enough for them to open for Blind Faith and draw the likes of Dave Mason, Leon Russell and Eric Clapton to play with them. Times changed, the marriage ended, Clapton moved on and Bramlett went on to a solo career and later into acting.

Bramlett can still ...


Album Review

Bonnie Bramlett and Mr. Groove Band: Roots, Blues & Jazz

Read "Roots, Blues & Jazz" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Everything old is new again! Bonnie Bramlett, a soulful rock star from the late 1960s (Delaney & Bonnie & Friends) and the first white Ikette in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue, never really went away. After contributing to some of the biggest rock/R&B/soul tunes, she turned to Christian music and in 2002 began a return to her soul roots via a series of new albums. Her latest work is on the Zoho label, most often associated with the downtown ...


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