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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

On Sunday, Dec. 2nd in Washington, DC, Bonnie performed in tribute to her longtime friend and living legend of the Blues, Buddy Guy, at the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors awards gala. The awards ceremony was broadcast on CBS on December 26th.

Bonnie sat down with John Jurgensen at The Wall Street Journal offices in New York City to chat about her new independent label, Redwing Records and the success of it's debut release, Slipstream.