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Why see Bonnie Raitt?


This lady should really be known as the Comeback Kid; long time the critic's darling, she bounced back from near musical oblivion and substance abuse issues in the Eighties to become one of pop rock's biggest icons. And this year, she's back, hitting the road with her longtime touring band.

Having started her career during the 1970s, Raitt released a series of acclaimed roots-influenced albums which incorporated elements of blues, rock, folk and country, but she is perhaps best known for her more commercially accessible recordings in the 1990s including "Nick of Time", "Something to Talk About", "Love Sneakin' Up on You", and the slow ballad "I Can't Make You Love Me".

Following her comeback album 2005 Souls Alike, she took a hiatus following the death of her parents and best friend; not to be beaten, her 2012 album Slipstream saw it enter the Billboard 200 chart at number 6, with rave reviews.

Raitt has received nine Grammy Awards in her career and is a lifelong political activist, campaigning for environmental issues, providing musical instruments for underprivileged children, and against the expansion of nuclear power.

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Sep 7


Customer reviews

18 reviews, average rating: (4.8 Stars)

Susan b

Great show bonnie

1st saw her in 1971, and several times in between- she can still sing the blues with the best of them and her slide guitar is awesome. Thanks for a great show - and the Warner is a great place for a concert- fabulous sound!!!!! ... Read more

John Blazosky

Bonnie has lost nothing and gained much

I have seen raitt several times so I wasn't excited when I had two tickets and had to go alone. But as the show evolved I marveled at her performance at 74...she could have been 44. Loved the Prine tributes and others songs done in her own way. Wow..go see her while you can. She burned down the house! ... Read more


Bonnie was great, opener not so much

As expected Bonnie was in top form at MGM, but her opening act was like nails on a chalkboard. If you like singers who sing sharp all night long, James Hunter is for you. Maybe he had a bad night.... ... Read more

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