Bonnie Raitt Slipstream tracks and tour dates

Nine-time Grammy Winner, singer-songwriter and guitarist Bonnie Raitt is back with her sixteenth studio album Slipstream, first album since her Souls Alike in 2005.

It is totally understandable why she has won those Grammy Awards over her lengthy career. Raitt, in my mind, is one of the best musicians of all time. She is an incredible vocalist and a great guitarist. She has demonstrated through the years that she can sing wide range of music styles, all of them extremely well - mostly blues and rock but also including pop, folk and even some country. The best thing about her is the fact that she has such a soulful tone and her creation tends to be so bluesy. Raitt, as a singer, is also grainy when she needs to be grainy, and smooth when she needs to be smooth. When you hear her sing, you can tell that she is doing so many things right as a songster and it just astounds you every time you hear her sing.

Raitt’s upcoming album Slipstream produced by Joe Henry contains twelve tracks and set for release on April 10, 2012.

Track List

1. Used to Rule the World
2. Right Down the Line
3. Million Miles
4. You Can't Fail Me Now
5. Down to You
6. Take My Love With You
7. Not Cause I Wanted To
8. Ain t Gonna Let You Go
9. Marriage Made In Hollywood
10. Split Decision
11. Standing In The Doorway
12. God Only Knows

Bonnie Raitt, Slipstream, cd, cover, image, album
Bonnie Raitt will be touring all across North America in support of her new album. Here are Bonnie Raitt’s (Slipstream) 2012 complete tour dates:

May 01, Event Center at First Council Casino, Newkirk, OK
May 03, Choctaw Event Center, Durant, OK
May 04, Delta Downs Racetrack Casino and Hotel, Vinton, LA
May 06, New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA
May 08, MSU Riley Center for the Performing Arts, Meridian, MS
May 09, Cobb Energy PAC, Atlanta, GA
May 12, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
May 13, Whitney Hall at The Kentucky Center, Louisville, KY
May 14, Tennessee Theatre, Knoxville, TN
May 16, Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, IN
May 18, The Pageant, St. Louis, MO
May 19, The Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
May 20, The Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL
May 22, Midland Center for the Arts Auditorium, Midland, MI
May 23, Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH
May 25, Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Ann Arbor, MI
May 26, Massey Hall, Toronto, ONT
May 27, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY
May 30, Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, NH
May 31, Merrill Auditorium, Portland, ME

Jun 02, Palace Theatre, Albany, NY
Jun 03, Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, Burlington, VT
Jun 05, Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY
Jun 06, Sovereign PAC, Reading, PA
Jun 08, Mountain Park, Holyoke, MA
Jun 09, Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, CT
Jun 12, nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA
Jun 13, nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA
Jun 14, Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA
Jun 16, Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA
Jun 17, Pier Six Pavilion, Baltimore, MD
Jun 19, Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ
Jun 20, Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
Jun 21, Beacon Theatre, New York, NY
Jun 23, Bank of America Pavilion, Boston, MA
Jun 24, Cape Cod Melody Tent, Hyannis, MA
Aug 18, Fraze Pavilion, Kettering, OH
Aug 22, Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, Milwaukee, WI
Aug 23, Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul, MN
Aug 26, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO
Sep 01, Idaho Botanical Garden, Boise, ID
Sep 07, Edgefield Amphitheatre, Portland, OR
Sep 22, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Sep 25, Humphrey's, San Diego, CA
Sep 29, Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie, TX
Oct 03, ACL Live at The Moody Theatre, Austin, TX
Oct 05, Memphis Botanic Garden, Memphis, TN
Oct 18, Clearwater Jazz Holiday, Clearwater, FL
Oct 20, Magnolia Music Festival, Live Oak, FL
Oct 28, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN