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Deborah Bonham's 13-song U.S. debut 'DUCHESS' now available from Atco Records at all physical retail outlets and www.rhino.com in the USA and www.rhino.co.uk/deborahbonham in Europe. The album will also be available at all digital outlets and will include an exclusive new, live-in-the-studio version of "The Old Hyde" the title track from her 2004 album. A celebration of soul, strength and family, the album -- Bonham's third overall -- stands as her finest work.

Deborah Bonham Shows

Sat 2 Aug 2008 - ROX Festival

Bognor Regis Seafront, West Sussex

www.the-rox.com On stage 7pm

Fri 12 Sep 2008 - Flowerpot

25 King Street, Derby DE1 3DZ

T: 01332 204955 www.rawpromo.co.uk

Sat 13 Sep 2008 - Riffs

26 Greatfield, Nr. Hook, Swindon SN4 8EQ

Tel: 01793 778304 http://www.riffsbar.biz/ email riffsbar@hotmail.com

Sat 26 Sep 2008 - Kidderminster Town Hall

Kidderminster, Midlands

Charity Concert with Mike Sanchez and Robbie Blunt plus special guests

Sun 27 Sep 2008 - Roadhouse

Wharfside Leisure Complex Lifford Lane , Stirchley

Birmingham, B30 3DZ

T: 0121 459 5660 www.roadhousevenue.co.uk

Sat 11 Oct 2008 - Lowdham Village Hall

Main St, Lowdham, Nottinghamshire NG14 7EL

www.warthogpromotions.co.uk Tickets: 0115 9663596

Sun 12 Oct 2008 - Half Brick

221 Brighton Rd, Worthing, BN11 2EY

www.thehalfbrick.co.uk T:01903 526350

Wed 22 Oct 2008 - The Cellars at Eastney

56 Cromwell Rd, Southsea, Hampshire PO4 9PN

www.thecellars.co.uk T:02392 826249

Fri 24 Oct 2008 - Stables, Inn at Lathones

Largoward, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland KY9 1JE, UK

www.mundellmusic.com Telephone: 01334 840494

Sat 25 Oct 2008 - Stables, Inn at Lathones

Largoward, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland KY9 1JE, UK

www.mundellmusic.com Telephone: 01334 840494

Deborah Bonham, arguably one of the UK's finest vocalists, releases her 3rd

album 'Duchess' on Warners ATCO label world wide, and will be touring the

UK, Europe and USA.13 new tracks including a moving duet with Paul

Rodgers. The album kicks off with the incredibly powerful 'Grace' and moves

through different styles and grooves reminiscent ofLittle Feet, Maggie

Bell, Janis Joplin, Fleetwood Mac and Led Zeppelin, even touching on English

folk with the track Chains featuring Fairport Conventions Dave Pegg on

mandolin.The album hosts a classic mix of Blues Rock and Soul, with

additional guests BJ Cole on Pedal Steel Guitar, Robbie Blunt and Jason

Bonham .

With a stellar band including Peter Bullick guitars, Gerard louis keyboards,

Ian Rowley bass and Jerry Shirley (former Humble Pies skinsman) on drums,

they deliver an album that has its roots firmly set in the past but with a

view to the future. A blistering live set add to the magic of Deborah Bonham

and suggest that this is a band that must be seen and heard live. Having

played festivals such as Canterbury to Glastonbury, Bulldog to Donnington

and Cambridge to Cropredy.Deborah's live performances haveseen her open

shows and duet with such luminaries as Paul Rodgers, Jools Holland, Fairport

Convention, Paul Weller, Robert Plant, Foreigner, Humble Pie, Lonnie

Donnegan, Van Halen, Alannah Myles, Peter Frampton and Donovan.

Also Available to purchase online at www.amazon.com in the USA or www.amazon.co.uk

www.rhino.co.uk/deborahbonham

www.myspace.com/deborahbonham

www.deborahbonham.com

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Short interview with Deborah from the new August edition of Classic Rock magazine.

Oh, and if you haven't already, check out Deborah's new album Duchess...it's great :D

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Nice to see her getting some press...she has an awesome voice!! Jason's isn't bad either, which makes me wonder...could Bonzo sing? Anyone heard anything about Bonzo singing?

Peace! :hippy:

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He used to sing with his early bands, too--as his brother said in his book, "John always liked to join in vocally in the early days," and goes on to quote Chris James, who was in Way of Life with Bonzo, as saying "People underestimated the vocal talent of Way of Life in those days. Several times we would have four part harmonies."

I remember Bonzo singing during the acoustic set with Zep at one point, too.

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