A native Californian, Bonnie Raitt entered the world on November 8, 1949, in the city of Burbank. Bonnie has had a successful and extensive career as a blues vocalist, composer, and guitarist.
The publication of her breakthrough album, Nick of Time, in 1989 propelled her to mainstream stardom, despite her meteoric ascent to fame in the 1970s.
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Multi-million copies were sold of both of her previous albums, Luck of the Draw and Longing in Their Hearts.
She also released a string of hit tracks, including “made up mind,” “under the falling sky,” “love me like a man,” “I ain’t blue,” and many more.
Bonnie Raitt Parents
Bonnie Raitt’s mother, Marge Goddard, was a pianist, and her father, John Raitt, was an actor in the theater. Bonnie was their only child. It has been determined that John and Marge have both died away.