Bonnie Raitt Tickets
American blues singer Bonnie Raitt first entered the music industry at a young age and since her first taste of commercial success, the artist has seen tremendous success in the country, pop and rock music industries. The performer is able to flawlessly mix American blues sound with classic country and rock music, and accompanies these sounds with her impressive guitar playing and slide guitar playing skills, which are often described as some of the best in the industry. Throughout her career the singer has released numerous albums and solidified herself as one of the most influential political activists and philanthropists in music today.
Perhaps her most impressive accomplishments lie in her numerous accolades. By the year 2012, the singer has won nine Grammy Awards and released some very successful singles that have seen success both in the country and popular music realms. With hits during the 1990s like “Something to Talk About,” “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” and “Love Sneakin’ Up on You,” Raitt proved her very versatile talent.
Despite her numerous awards, what has made Raitt such a successful and celebrated artist is her pure talent, both in singing and playing the guitar. Her angelic voice and high energy performances have made her one of the most talented longstanding performers in blues today. Her songwriting has also gained the performer tremendous recognition as many praise her for her deep and moving lyrics. With numerous successes under her belt and a reputation of excellence in the industry, in the year 2000, the singer was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Despite a majority of her success being in the early 1990s the singer has shown her ability to remain a rock, blues and country icon. In the year 2012, she was invited to perform at the Grammy Awards, alongside singer Alicia Keys in a moving performance honoring the late Etta James.
Even with a career that spans more than 40 years, the singer has proven that she still has the same talent that first shot her to stardom. In April of 2012, she released her first studio album in more than seven years, and it achieved tremendous critical acclaim; being deemed as one of the best albums of her career. The year also marked the signer’s return to the road as she embarked on a 2012 tour of the country including appearances at numerous jazz festivals across the United States.