Bonnie Bramlett Returns For Shows In England

35 years after touring the country with Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, Bonnie Bramlett, makes a rare visit to England this April, to take part in a special event at The Barbican and to perform a couple of her own shows in London and Birmingham.

After some quiet years that included spells of acting, Bonnie has been touring with renewed vigour in the States and is looking forward to causing a bit of excitement over here once again with her own passionate blend of gospel, soul and rhythm and blues.

On Saturday, 9 April, Bonnie appears with Mavis Staples, Tony Joe White and a bunch of other fine Muscle Shoals musicians at a special showcase for Casual Record’s “Testifying” album, as part of The Barbican’s It Came From Memphis season (see Bonnie contributed “Where’s Eddie” to that album, as a tribute to singer, songwriter and guitarist Eddie Hinton.

Bonnie then moves on to Birmingham (scroll down to Monday, 11 April on before returning to London and a last date at Cargo on Tuesday, 12 April (see These small, hastily arranged shows offer the prospect of a memorable experience to those that find out before, rather than after the event.

“A Tribute To Robert Johnson” was one of the songs included in Delaney & Bonnie’s live recording with George Harrison, Dave Mason, Eric and the (embryonic) Dominos in 1969. Thirty-five years later, in the year of Eric’s own tribute to Mr Johnson, it was Eric and Bonnie’s “Let It Rain”, that made a welcome return as the opening number of EC’s set each night.

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