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    If I could see these two together it would be like dying and going to heaven!!

    An oldie but goldie. I love this woman so much. What an inspiration to women everywhere

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    Bonnie Raitt & Jackson Browne Such love and admiration in this photo!

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    Early in Bonnie Raitt's career, she played this gibson hollow body. Looks like a '56 ES-175

    Were you surprised when Adele covered “I Can’t Make You Love Me” I think it did surprise me. I know after I had the hit, I had the great thrill of having Aretha sing it to me at a concert. Ten or 15 years ago, I was visiting my brother in Minneapolis and went to see her live show for the first time. I didn’t even know she knew I was in the audience, but she said she had a special dedication and sang it to me. It just floored me.

    "For many years, I couldn't stand listening to my own voice," says Bonnie Raitt.

    ‘I’m at that age where parents start going and people are sick,’ Raitt said quietly, before breaking into an achingly beautiful rendition of the 1971 John Prine classic ‘Angel From Montgomery’,” which she dedicated to her late mother. ‘I don’t take anything for granted anymore.’”

    "Shubb is my capo of choice - easy to use, reliable and resiliant." ...Bonnie Raitt It gives me great pleasure when I see a star the calibre of Bonnie Raitt using my capo. ...Rick Shubb

    She's not only a pioneer, she's also overcome her fair share of struggles: dropping out of Harvard to follow her musical mentor, struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, getting dumped by her record label only to come back with two best-selling albums, and standing by her principles when she came under fire for making negative comments about then-president George W. Bush. Through it all, though, she's remained a voice of compassion and an amazing talent.

    I just love this photo of Miss Bonnie. It captures something very special about her? What do you think?

    An all-star group gathered on Thursday night to pay tribute to the ailing Linda Ronstadt, whose battle with Parkinson’s disease kept the singing legend from her own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, Sheryl Crow, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt and Carrie Underwood performed in her place, helping to frame the legacy of a now-67-year-old star who had already won Grammy, Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony awards over a career that’s spanned more than 30 albums.

    “When she likes your songwriting, she’ll do all she can to get you out there,” Bramblett said. “She’s done that before, with all those old blues artists she likes. You don’t find a lot of people that selfless.”