Biography
Bonnie Keen began her career as a studio session singer in Nashville, TN. She worked with artists including Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Rich Mullins, Steve Winwood, and Barry Manilow. From her years as a session vocalist, the trio First Call was born. Keen and fellow founding members Marty McCall and Mel Tunney, who was later replaced by Marabeth Jordan, released 12 albums and received five Grammy nominations and 11 Dove Award nominations, taking home three Dove Awards. Jordan left the group in 1994, reducing the trio to a pair.

In her personal life, Keen faced a divorce, a battle with depression, and the challenges of being a single parent. However, she says that God taught her valuable lessons through the pain.

Keen released her first solo album, Marked for Life, in 1999. In addition, her first book, -Blessed Are the Desperate for They Will Find Peace: Hope in the Midst of Broken Dreams, was published in 2000. ~ Ashleigh Kittle, Rovi




 
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Bonnie Keen - I Will Go On [Live]
Bonnie Keen - Next Time We Meet [Live]
Ladye Love Smith, Bonnie Keen, Woody Wright - Come to the River [Live]
The Women I Come From (Live) - Bonnie Keen, Babbie Mason, TaRanda Greene
Joy Gardner, Wesley Pritchard, Bonnie Keen, Ann Downing, Rex Nelon - Somebody Loves Me [Live]
Bonnie Keen, Donnie Sumner, Gene McDonald - I Have Returned [Live]
Shannon talks with Grammy/ Emmy nominee Bonnie Keen; Karen Pashley shares a yummy recipe
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