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Behind the scenes footage of Bonnie Raitt and David Lindley along with Bonnie's band and engineer, Ryan Freeland recording "Everywhere I Go" at Ocean Way Studios in Hollywood, CA (August 2013) for the album Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne (released April 1, 2014 on Music Road Records.)

On October 1, 2013 Bonnie and the band made their debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and performed "Used To Rule The World" from her Grammy-winning album, Slipstream!

"Used To Rule The World" clip

"Right Down The Line" clip

Had a ball these last few days during GRAMMY week...

Bonnie sat down with Leonard Lopate to talk about Slipstream and her Fall Tour!

We give the singer-songwriter (and self-taught guitarist) something to talk about: her new album and the lessons learned over a four-decade career.

Bonnie Raitt fans asked, and Bonnie Raitt fans shall receive: In response to popular demand for live material, the 10-time GRAMMY award winner will release a new live track “Not the Only One” to iTunes on September 30 (the same day Redwing Records releases ‘Now & Then,’ a two-disc package combining her 2012 success 'Slipstream’ with her first career-spanning retrospective).  

Bonnie Raitt Combines 'Now & Then' on double disc set, available 10.1

Bonnie Raitt combines her GRAMMY Award-winning 2012 album 'Slipstream' with her first career-spanning retrospective in the two-disc package 'Now & Then,' out on October 1 on Redwing Records. The limited edition retrospective 'Opus Collection', featuring 16 favorites from "Love Me Like a Man" to "Something to Talk About," was available briefly at Starbucks in 2011 and will now be made available in all retail outlets.

 

By George Varga
San Diego Union-Tribune
FEBRUARY 20, 2013

"Fresh from her Grammy Award victory, the bluesy star chats about music and life."

See Bonnie and the band perform the heartbreaking ballad, "Not Cause I Wanted To," from Slipstream (written by Al Anderson and Bonnie Bishop.)
Performance clip
Couch time clip

 

 

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