Bonnie Raitt delivers bluesy 'Slipstream' at Heinz Hall
Touring for her latest, self-produced studio album, ‘Slipstream', Bonnie Raitt showcased some of her new hits and all time classics to a hailing crowd of Blues connoisseurs at Heinz Hall Monday night, The best-selling Blues album from the best-selling Blues artist of 2012, ‘Slipstream' recently earned Raitt her 10th Grammy Award for Best Americana Album.
Set list -
Used to Rule the World
Right Down the Line
Something to Talk About
Dimming of the Day
Hear Me Lord
No Gettin' Over You
Marriage Made in Hollywood
Not Cause I Wanted To
Angel From Montgomery
Thing Called Love
I Got News For You (with Keyboard player Mike Finnigan)
I Feel So Damn Good, I'll Be Glad When I Get The Blues
I Can't Make You Love Me
Women Be Wise
Nick of Time
Crazy Love (with Marc Cohn)
A Big Hunk O' Love
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