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Portrait of Bonny Jean

Bonny Jean

About Bonny Jean

Twentynine Palms, CA

I am a young singer/songwriter. I received 5 years of vocal instruction through my church choir, where I also provided accompaniment with guitar, flute, bongos and tambourine. Currently, I am a member of a select group of vocalists at my high school, play the sousaphone in the marching band, and tuba and oboe in the symphonic band. I have been playing guitar for several years and am now studying under Janet Robin. I also recently began studying the double bass under Chuck Hailes. In addition to the afore mentioned instruments, I also play baritone and piccolo.

I have performed at various venues in California, independently and as a featured vocalist. I have had the great good fortune to perform with Scott Gates, Jonathan McEuen, Chelsea Williams, Evan Marshall, Alice and Albert Williams, Chuck Hailes, and The Hafler Duo. This past summer I appeared with the Scott Gates Band at Dizzy's in San Diego to open for IIIrd Tyme Out, which resulted in a mention by Dwight Worden in his article on "Women in Bluegrass: Out of the Kitchen and onto the Stage", in the October 2008 edition of the San Diego Troubadour.

I enjoy most music genre, and try not to limit myself to a particular style. I currently have six songs under copyright, and continue to write songs and work toward a full length CD.

Among the many artists that influence my music and musicianship are Alice and Albert Williams, Chuck Hailes, Nathan McEuen, Scott Gates, Chelsea Williams, Janet Robin, Kasey Chambers, Sugarland, Keith Urban, Saving Jane, and Streetlight Manifesto.

Special thanks to Alice and Albert Williams for their constant support and diligence in promoting me locally. They were also kind enough to provide their studio, time, and talents for these bare bones recordings, most of which were quickly recorded purely for the purpose of copyright registration.

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