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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.)
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Bonnie Raitt Wins Best Americana Album at the Grammy's

"I was up against all these guys who had much bigger records and a bigger splash. It makes an old girl feel good." — 63-year-old singer-songwriter Bonnie Raitt, who earned her 10th career Grammy in the best Americana album category for "Slipstream," beating out a field that included Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and The Avett Brothers.

Watch Bonnie in a new documentary that takes a behind-the-scenes look at the 54th GRAMMY Awards® in the wake of the sudden death of Whitney Houston. Airs Sat., Feb. 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

Bonnie Raitt Video Q&A: 'Slipstream,' Feminism, Katy Perry, Plans

by Bill Werde (video interview); Jessica Letkemann (text)  |   December 28, 2012 11:55 EST