Thanks to Logjam Presents, the Kettlehouse Amphitheater in Missoula has an endless array of top-notch concerts underway! Added to that list? Sultry singer song-writer Bonnie Raitt! Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by Melissa Etheridge in 2000, Raitt will bring her blend of R&B, folk, blues, pop, and rock to the Kettlehouse on September 8th! Raitt is a ten-time Grammy Award winner and is on Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Guitarists and Singers" list. Raitt’s career took off in the late 1980s, and it was around that time, that I had the opportunity to see her perform LIVE at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle in 1989! My brother-in-law and sister sprung for the tickets (thank you!), and like that, we witnessed greatness on stage as Raitt played master guitar alongside Danny O’Keefe. To say it was a night to remember is an understatement! (More info and ticket options below)

By 1991, Raitt released another Grammy-award-winning album, Luck of the Draw, with the songs “Something To Talk About” and “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” receiving considerable radio airplay. Raitt has named her current tour after her 21st and most recent album, Just Like That. If you haven’t seen Bonnie Raitt perform LIVE then here’s your chance! Tickets to see this legendary artist on September 8th in Missoula go on sale this Friday, February 3rd, at 10 a.m. You can purchase yours online at Logjam Presents -> HERE, by calling 1(800) 514-3849, or by visiting the Top Hat in Missoula (134 W Front). Ticket options include general admission, standing pit, reserved stadium seating, and general admission on the lawn. Parking and shuttle tickets can also be purchased in advance here -> LOGJAM PARKING. **R&B, Americana, blues, and rock fans of all ages are welcome.

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