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From Letterman this past Friday, and featuring our own Mike Finnigan (formerly of Mike's Blog Round Up) on Hammond organ. Bonnie (and Mike and the band) will be on Colbert Monday night and Good Morning America
Bonnie Raitt sounds rested and ready on her latest CD. Its bluesiest songs boast a funky ease. Its guitar licks linger longer. And Raitt's vocals sound confident and free. There may well be simple explanations for this. The long-running star hasn't
Singer Bonnie Raitt flashes a smile during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, to urge Congress not to approve federal loan guarantees for new nuclear power plants. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson) / Lawrence Jackson/AP
"Bonnie Raitt's first album in seven years comes after a period of personal upheaval in which she lost her parents, brother and best friend," writes The San Francisco Chronicle in its review of Slipstream. "Most songwriters would have wilted under the
Tonight's insanity break: the showpiece from Bonnie Raitt's sublime new album "Slipstream" (her first studio recording in 7 years), Gerry Rafferty's "Right Down the Line."