Bonnie Raitt is a US singer and guitarist whose vast experience and talent have earned her a legendary status in the music industry. She is a California native, particularly from the city of Burbank.
Somewhere around the early 70s, Raitt began nurturing a career that today can be described as super successful. Her full length eponymous maiden album was released in 1971. Her fame was further solidified when she dropped her tenth studio album named “Nick of Time”. This project was the first in Raitt’s career to top the Billboard 200 chart.
What Style is Bonnie Raitt?
Known primarily as a blues singer, Raitt discography also includes songs of diverse genres, such as:
- Roots rock
- Folk rock
- Blues rock
Popular songs from this legendary artist include:
“I Can’t Make You Love Me”
“Something to Talk About”
“Love Me Like A Man”
After several nominations, Raitt eventually got her first Grammys in 1990. That year she won in all four categories she was nominated in, including “Album of the Year”, which she won for her record “Nick of Time”.