Bonnie Koloc's new double CD, "Timeless," is a collection of 34 songs nearly all from live performances over the past thirty years. The wide scope of the material from folk to blues and ballads presents a musical autobiography that will stir the memories of Bonnie's fans and please the ear of every listener.
Here is some of what Ray Nordstrand had to say about Bonnie:
"It was 1968 at the Quiet Knight on Wells St. in Chicago when I first heard Bonnie's magnificent voice. She had just come in on the train from Iowa and the audience was mesmerized. Shortly afterwards she began appearing regularly at the Earl of Old Town where...she became one of the most popular attractions with fans lining up around the block to hear the songs of Chicago's Queen of Folk Music...upon hearing her a few months ago we all realized that her voice is as beautiful and powerful as ever...Bonnie has demonstrated many diverse talents--award-winning Broadway actress, poet, print maker, book illustrator. But all her fans hope she will continue to sing her songs for decades to come and create more CD's like this."
For more about Bonnie, visit her website, www.bonniekoloc.com