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Bonnie Pointer Dies: Bonnie Pointer Wiki, Bio, Age, Cause Of Death, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Bonnie Pointer Dies: Bonnie Pointer Wiki, Bio, Age, Cause Of Death, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know
Bonnie Pointer Dies: Bonnie Pointer Wiki, Bio, Age, Cause Of Death, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Bonnie Pointer Wiki – Bonnie Pointer  Bio

Bonnie Pointer, one of the two founding members of the Pointer Sisters, died Monday morning at age 69. The cause of death was not announced. In a statement, her older sister Anita said: “Bonnie was my best friend and we talk every day. We never had a fight in our lives. I miss her already and I will see her again someday ”.

Bonnie Pointer Age

He was 69 years old.

Bonnie Pointer Husband

In 1978, Bonnie married Motown Records producer Jeffrey Bowen. As of July 2014, after 10 years of separation, Bonnie filed for divorce which was finalized in 2016

Bonnie Pointer Career.

The Pointer Sisters came from Oakland, California, and grew up singing in church; her father was a minister. Calling themselves “The Pointers, A Pair”, June and Bonnie started the original group in 1969. By 1973, the group had expanded to include their two older sisters, Anita and Ruth. While on tour with Dave Mason, they were asked to wear dresses instead of jeans, and on the way in New Orleans, they found a thrift store selling Depression-era outfits. Its new look matched its sound, a funky mix of jazz, R&B, scat, and 1940s harmonization that also fit in with Bette Midler’s retro look and music from that period. The Pointers’ first major pop hit, “Yes We Can Can,” came during this time; written by Allen Toussaint, the song was a funky hymn to unity. In another groundbreaking move, the Pointer Sisters became one of the first African-American groups to cross the country: their 1974 ballad, “Fairytale,” written by Bonnie and June, was a hit on the country charts and rated the group . it is the first of three Grammys (that in the country category).

If the Pointers had a nervous member, it was Bonnie, who was described as “cheeky and cheeky” in an early profile and who left the group in 1977. “I’m an adventurer,” she said in 1985. “I like to take a risk. I wanted see what I could do on my own. ” By signing a solo contract with Motown, Bonnie had an out-of-door hit with the disco hit, “Heaven Must Have Send You.” The other sisters, who were still called the Pointer Sisters, were even very successful. The year after Bonnie left, they rearranged her sound and image with a successful version of Bruce Springsteen’s “Fire”. From then until the mid-1980s, they had hit after hit: the elegant “He is so shy” and “Slow Hand”, the exuberant “I am so excited”, “Neutron Dance” and “Jump (for my love)” . Along the way, they won two more Grammys: an award for best pop vocal performance for “Jump (For My Love)” and an award for best vocal arrangement by two or more voices for “Automatic.”

Bonnie Pointer Death & Cause

Bonnie Pointer died Monday morning at age 69. The cause of death was not announced.

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