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Bonnie Guitar

  • Aired: 03/27/2014
  • 06:17
  • Rating: NR
Bonnie Guitar has made a career in music. Her 1957 crossover country hit “Dark Moon” made it to #2 on the charts, second only to Elvis’ “Don’t Be Cruel”. Bonnie has logged time in recording studios as a performer, engineer and record executive. Now retired in Soap Lake, Washington Bonnie still records in her home studio and performs at community events.
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Soap Lake entertainer shares history with Elvis
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