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Bonnie Raitt is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. She is the daughter of Broadway musical star, John Raitt. In March of 2000, Raitt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Raitt is best known for her recordings in the 1990s including songs "Something to Talk About," "Love Sneakin' Up on You," and the "I Can't Make You Love Me." She has received nine Grammy Awards over her career.More about Bonnie Raitt.
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While studying, Bonnie Raitt had played with many famous blues musicians and eventually took leave from school in 1970 to open for The Rolling Stones.
1977's Sweet Forgiveness gave Bonnie Raitt her first commercial breakthrough when it yielded a hit single in her cover of Del Shannon's "Runaway". Recast as a heavy R&B recording based on a rhythmic groove inspired by Al Green, Bonnie Raitt's version of "Runaway" was a huge success.
After more than twenty years of singing and recording popular music, Bonnie Raitt achieved immense success with her 10th album. Released in 1989, Nick of Time went to the top of the U.S. charts and won three Grammy Awards. At the same time, Bonnie Raitt walked away with a fourth Grammy Award for her duet "In the Mood" with John Lee Hooker on his album The Healer.