The Bonnie Simmons Show

The Bonnie Simmons Show with Guest Host Tim Lynch – October 8, 2015

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Bonnie Simmons presents a unique mix of singer/songwriter folk, rock, soul, country, and R&B.


Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Steven StillsSeason of The WitchSuper SessionColumbia (1970)
Michael Franti & SpearheadEvery Single Soul Is A PoemLive in SydneyMVD Visual (2005)
Bonnie RaittTakin' my TimeSweet ForgivenessWarner Bros. (1977)
Shelby LynneOld DogTears Lies and AlibisEverso (2007)
Grace Potter & The NocturnalsOne Short NightGrace Potter & The NocturnalsHollywood (2010)
Indigo GirlsWorld Falls (live @ The Roxy)Buy This Fracking RecordMovement Music (2015)
Shelly Doty X-TetLove EyesPossible Reasons for My InsomniaShelly Doty (1999)
Aaron NevilleTears On My PillowMy True StoryBlue Note (2013)
CeuCangoteLive SessionsiTunes Exclusive (2009)
Charles Bradley & Menahan Street BandThis World (Is Going Up In Flames)Daptone GoldDaptone (2009)
James Hunter SixLet The Monkey RideMinute By MinuteUniversal (2013)
New MastersoundsLet's Do AnotherMade for PleasureRoyal Potato Family (2015)
Janis JoplinA Woman Left LonelyPearlColumbia (1970)
Dave Rawlings MachineTo Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)A Friend of a FriendAcony (2009)
Steve Earle (w/ Elanore Whitmore)Baby's Just As Mean As Mean As MeTerraplaneNew West (2015)
Alainis Morissette Superstar Wonderful WeirdosJagged Little Pill (20th Anniversary Collection)Maverik / Reprise (1995 / 2015)
Shawn ColvinLodiUncoveredFantasy (2015)
Creedence Clearwater RevivalAs Long As I Can See The LightCosmo's FactoryFantasy (1970)
Hot TunaHighway SongBurgersGrunt (1972)
Ann PeeblesFeel Like Breaking Up Somebody's HomeThe Complete Anne Peebles on Hi RecordsDemon (2003)
Vieux Farka ToureDiack SoMon pays2013
Anoushka Shankar (w/ Norah Jones)
Peter caseA Long Time GoneHighway 622015

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