Karla Bonoff is an American singer-songwriter. While Bonoff has released a number of albums, she is primarily known for her songwriting. Bonoff's songs include "Home," covered by Bonnie Raitt, "Tell Me Why" by Wynonna Judd, and "Isn't It Always Love" by Lynn Anderson. Most notably, Linda Ronstadt recorded several Bonoff songs, including three tracks on the 1976 album Hasten Down the Wind, which introduced Bonoff to a mass audience, and "All My Life", a 1989 duet with Ronstadt and Aaron Neville.
|Birth name||Karla Bonoff|
|Born||December 27, 1951|
|Origin||Santa Monica, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Folk rock, soft rock, pop rock|
|Instruments||Vocals, piano, guitar|
|Associated acts||Bryndle, Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt|
|Website||Karla Bonoff's Official site|
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|IMDb||Karla Bonoff's IMDb|
|iTunes||Karla Bonoff's iTunes|
American singer and songwriter who has released several albums including 1979's Restless Nights. She has written many hit songs for other artists including Home for Bonnie Raitt and Tell Me Why for Wynonna Judd.
She sang backup vocals for singers Linda Ronstadt and Wendy Waldman, before she released her own self titled debut album in 1977.
Her 1984 song Somebody's Eyes was part of the soundtrack for the film Footloose.
She grew up with family in Santa Monica, California.
She was in the music group Bryndle with singer Andrew Gold until 1996.
Latest information about Karla Bonoff updated on May 07, 2021.