from Alton, IL
November 8, 1944 (age 75)
Bonnie Bramlett is an RB/rock singer. She moved to Memphis in the early '60s and became a session and backup singer for RB and blues performers such as Fontella Bass and Albert King. She then became a member of the Ikettes, the backup singers for Ike Tina Turner. That brought her to Los Angeles in 1967, where she met Delaney Bramlett, who had been a member of the Shindogs, the resident group on the TV show #Shindig; they married within five days and formed a musical act, Delaney and Bonnie. Delaney and Bonnie cut an album for Stax Records in Memphis, backed by Booker T. and the MG's, but it was not released at first. They then formed a group called Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, who featured Leon Russell among others, and cut Accept No Substitute (1969). After Delaney and Bonnie and Friends toured opening for Blind Faith, Eric Clapton left that group and joined them along with such notables as George Harrison and Dave Mason. This resulted in the On Tour album, after which members of the Friends band worked with Clapton and Harrison, and on Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Delaney and Bonnie made several more albums before divorcing. Bramlett then formed the Bonnie Bramlett Band and released her debut solo album, Sweet Bonnie Bramlett, backed by the Average White Band, in 1973. She then signed to Capricorn Records and made It's Time (1975), Lady's Choice (1976), and Memories (1978). She later became a born-again Christian and began singing gospel music. She turned to acting in 1987, under the name Bonnie Sheridan, and has since appeared in the film #The Doors and the TV series #Rosanne. In 2002 Bramlett returned to the music world with the release of her first album in over twenty years, I'm Still the Same on Audium. The record features Bramlett singing a variety of styles like jazz, blues, and adult contemporary in a voice that has lost little of its power. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
Bonnie Bramlett - Amazing Grace
Bonnie Bramlett, "In Concert" 1973 (2 songs)
Bonnie Sings "You Really Got a Hold on Me"
Bonnie Bramlett "Groupie (Superstar)"
Bekka and Bonnie Bramlett
Bonnie Bramlett & David Crosby
Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett - "A Good Thing (I'm On Fire)" February 1972
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