Deborah Bonham Comes To Backstage Kinross In February
Deborah Bonham plays Backstage at the Green Hotel Kinross on Sunday 23rd February 2020 at 8.00pm for Mundell Music.
Deborah Bonham 2020
‘Wow is all I got to say after that, and boy can Deborah Bonham sing’
Johnnie Walker BBC Radio
Newly signed to Quarto Valley Records USA for a new release in March 2020
Over the course of an impressive career, Deborah Bonham has established herself as one of the finest blues rock vocalists the UK has produced. A string of critically acclaimed original album releases, captivating standing ovation concert performances at the Royal Albert Hall, London Palladium, and on the recent USA Amphitheatre Tour with Paul Rodgers, Jeff Beck and Ann Wilson of Heart, have kept her at the very forefront of the international press and music scene.
The Band, featuring renowned guitarist Pete Bullick, lauded by the press for his passionate and exceptional guitar playing, were selected by Paul Rodgers to back him on his Free Spirit tour of the UK and US in 2017 and 2018 where they achieved fantastic reviews.
Quarto Valley Records’ Triple Vinyl, Blu-ray, CD and DVD 2018 release of Paul Rodgers ‘Free Spirit’ also features Deborah Bonham’s performance from London’s Royal Albert Hall (Vinyl and Blu-ray) and reached number 2 on the USA Billboard charts.
‘Strange Angels In Flight With Elmore James’, CD and Vinyl, released 2018, produced by Marco Giovino (Robert Plant’s Band of Joy,) features Deborah Bonham collaborating with Tom Jones, Keb Mo, Bettye LaVette, Warren Haynes, ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, to name a few. The signature tune ‘Dust My Broom’, sung by Deborah, received rave reviews and was featured on BBC Radio 2 Jonnnie Walker and Cerys Mathews shows. The album has made the Sunday Times Top 100 Albums of 2018.
Enhanced versions of Deborah Bonham’s albums : ‘The Old Hyde’ (inc Jason Bonham, Mick Fleetwood), ‘Duchess’ (inc Paul Rodgers, Jerry Shirley), ‘Spirit’ (inc Robert Plant, Marco Giovino), ‘Looking Back At The Moon’ – a collection of previously unreleased 1985-1991 sessions along with the best of Deborah’s Carerre Records 1985 release ‘For You And The Moon’, are available now.