Category Archives: Concert Review

The Guardian: Bonnie Raitt review – a blues fireball in full bloom (& more reviews from the UK Tour!)

18 June 2023

June 3, 2023
London Palladium

Bonnie is so grateful for this rave review in The Guardian but wants to also acknowledge the crucial contributions to the success of these shows from her stellar band and crew. Knocking it out if the park every night is her longtime rhythm section, Hutch Hutchinson (bass), Ricky Fataar(drums); new members Glenn Patscha (keys), Duke Levine (guitars), all of them singing backup as well. Equally brilliant are her sound and light team, aided by an incomparable stage and production crew. Not for a moment does she feel she got here by herself.

Review by Emma Garland

Photo by Antonio Zazueta Olmos/The Guardian




Black Deer Festival

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RECAP: March 5, 2023 “A Conversation with Bonnie Raitt” at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles

6 March 2023

By Marah Eakin

During “A Conversation With Bonnie Raitt” at the GRAMMY Museum, 13-time GRAMMY winner detailed her career trajectory, history of big-name collaborations, and how her win for Song Of The Year at this year’s GRAMMY Awards was “a total surprise.”

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Review: At Leader Bank Pavilion, Bonnie Raitt’s excellence is no surprise

18 June 2022

By Stuart Munro
The Boston Globe

Bonnie Raitt is nothing if not generous, and during her 90 minutes on stage at Leader Bank Pavilion Friday night, that characteristic showed up again and again. She made sure the audience knew who was playing with her by introducing her band (including Boston’s own guitar master Duke Levine — “hometown team!,” Raitt exclaimed) after the second song instead of toward the show’s end. READ MORE

Photo by Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe
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