All Music Matters Chats with Texas based singer/songwriter Bonnie Whitmore
Whether it's from her noticeable bass playing or her harmonious singing voice. Bonnie Whitmore is not afraid to be direct or shy away from current issues. With her upcoming album Last Will and Testament (Out Oct 2nd) and recent single "Right/Wrong" sums up the songwriter's evocative writing about shame culture, rape and a man dominated world. Hear her interview discussing her upcoming album, politics, sex and education plus more.
Press Release: For the last two decades, Bonnnie played bass and sung with some of the biggest artists in the Americana genre: Hayes Carll, John Moreland, Eliza Gilkyson, Sunny Sweeney, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock, to name a few. She’s also maintained a weekly residency at the legendary Continental Club Gallery in Austin, where she lives. Bonnie grew up steeped in music and flanked by strong women. She toured in a band with her parents, Alex and Marti, and older sister Eleanor (now one-half of the Mastersons with husband Chris Masterson) from an early age. A professional pilot, Alex Whitmore would fly the family to gigs at remote Texas bars and crowded festivals.
True country music is honesty, sincerity, and real life to the hilt. Garth Brooks