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Who Is Bonnie Pointer? Wiki, Bio, Age, Early Life & Career, Faimly, Albums, Husband, Children, Cause Of Death, Net Worth, And Many More Facts You Need To Know


Bonnie Pointer was born in Oakland, California on July 11, 1950. She is best known as a rock singer who was part of the family music group The Pointer Sisters in the 1970s and 1980s. She also had a successful solo career beginning in 1977. She appeared on the variety show Soul Train, which was hosted by Don Cornelius. She started singing when she was a teenager with her younger sister June and created The Pointer Sisters in 1969. Pointer Sisters. Pointer had several moderate solo hits after leaving the Pointers in 1977, including an album cover of The Elgins’ “Heaven Must Have Sent You,” which became a top 20 pop hit in the United States on September 1, 1979.


Bonnie Pointer was 69 years old. She was born on July 11, 1950, in Oakland, California, the United States as Patricia Eva Pointer. She died on June 8, 2020.


Bonnie married her husband Jeffrey Bowen in 1978. Bonnie filed for divorce in July 2014 after 10 years of separation. The divorce was finalized in 2016. They had no children together. Bonnie had 5 siblings: June Pointer, Anita Pointer, Ruth Pointer, Aaron Pointer, and Fritz Pointer. June died in 2006.


Bonnie and her younger sister June started singing together as teens and in 1969 the duo co-founded The Pointers (aka The Pair). After Anita joined the duo that same year, they changed their name to The Pointer Sisters and recorded various singles for Atlantic Records between 1971 and 1972. In December 1972, they recruited older sister Ruth and released their debut album as The Pointer Sisters in 1973. Their self-titled debut produced the hit “Yes We Can Can”. Between 1973 and 1977, the Pointers donned fashions from the 1940s and sang in a style reminiscent of The Andrews Sisters. His music included R&B, funk, rock and roll, gospel, country, and soul. Anita and Bonnie wrote the group’s crossover country hit, “Fairytale”, in 1974, which also became a Top 20 pop hit and earned the group their first Grammy for Best Voice by a duet or group, Country. Anita and Bonnie were also nominated for Best Country Song at the same ceremony. In 1977 Bonnie left the group to start a solo career. The remaining sisters continued to score hits from the late 1970s through the mid-1980s and made a breakthrough with their 1983 album Break Out. In 1978, Bonnie signed with Motown, and in the same year, Bonnie released “Heaven Must Have Send You,” which peaked at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She released three solo albums, including two self-titled albums for Motown, before withdraw from the study.

In reviewing her 1978 self-titled LP, Robert Christgau wrote in the Christgau Recording Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981): “Thanks to (co-producer) Berry Gordy and the miracle of modern multitracking, Bonnie does like the Marvelettes of your dreams. ” for a full side. People did not conceive of such intricate and funky voices at the prime of Motown, let alone overdubbed with a single larynx, and the result are remakes that surpassed the originals, by Brenda Holloway and The Elgins, and originals that are alongside La another part comprises originals of smaller stature co-written by (co-producer) Jeffrey Bowen. “Bonnie appeared on Soul Train on March 2, 1985 (Season 14, Episode 20). She still continued to act and reunited with her sisters on two separate occasions: when the group received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994, and during a performance in Las Vegas in 1996 singing “Jump (for My Love).” In early 2008, he embarked on a European tour and has been working on his autobiography. Pointer performed at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on Saturday, October 25, 2008. He also starred in Mount Hellman’s romantic thriller Road to Nowhere.

Bonnie Pointer Albums

If the Price Is Right (Expanded Edition) 1978

That’s a Plenty 1974

Bonnie Pointer (Purple Album) 1979

Eyes Don’t Lie (Dance Remixes) 2011,

EP A Twist of Jobim 1997 Duets – Love & Soul 2015

Death Announcement

Bonnie Pointer Death Bonnie Pointer died on June 8, 2020, at age 69. Her sister and former groupmate, Anita Pointer, confirmed in the following statement to Primal Information: “It is with great sadness that I have to announce to the fans of the Pointer Sisters that my sister Bonnie died this morning [June 8, 2020]. Our family is devastated. On behalf of my siblings and I and the entire Pointer family, we ask for your prayers at this time. “Bonnie was my best friend and we talked every day. We never had a fight in our life. I already miss her and I will see her again one day.”

 Cause of Death

Publicist Roger Neal says Pointer died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles on Monday.

Net Worth

Bonnie Pointer’s net worth was estimated to be ‎$5 Million.


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