Bonnie Keen

Jan 01, 2003
Jan 01, 1999

Bonnie Keen is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1984 Pam Mark Hall Supply and Demand Background Vocals
1984 Sandi Patty Songs from the Heart Background Vocals
1984 Pete Carlson Child of the Heavenly Background Vocals
1985 Angie Lewis Heart Dance Background Vocals
1985 David Meece 7 Background Vocals
1985 Wayne Watson Giants in the Land Background Vocals
1985 First Call An Evening in December Vocals
1985 Carman The Champion Background Vocals
1985 Scott Wesley Brown Somebody's Brother Background Vocals
1986 Angie Lewis What's It Gonna Take Background Vocals
1986 Candy Christmas Arms of Love Background Vocals
1986 Sonlight Outta This World Background Vocals
1986 Sandi Patty Morning Like This Background and Choir Vocals
1986 Carman A Long Time Ago in a Land Called Bethleham Background Vocals
1986 Tony Elenburg First Things First Background Vocals
1987 First Call An Evening in December Volume 2 Vocals
1987 First Call Undivided Vocals
1987 First Call Somethin' Takes Over Vocals
1988 Sandi Patty Make His Praise Glorious Background Vocals
1988 Rich Mullins Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth Background Vocals
1989 Russ Taff The Way Home Background Vocals
1991 Russ Taff Under Their Influence Vocals
1992 Michael W. Smith Change Your World Background Vocals
1992 First Call Human Song Songwriter, Vocals
1992 Amy Grant Home for Christmas Background Vocals
1993 Gaither Vocal Band Southern Classics Choir
1993 Carman The Standard Background Vocals
1993 First Call Sacred Journey Producer, Songwriter, Vocals
1994 First Call La Razón de Cantar Vocals, Songwriter, Producer
1995 Russ Taff Winds of Change Background Vocals
1995 First Call Beyond December Songwriter, Arrangements, Vocals
1995 Brian Barrett Nailed in Stone Background Vocals
1995 Carman R.I.O.T. Background Vocals
1996 First Call First Call Vocals
1998 Buddy Greene Christmas...Not Just Any Night Background Vocals
1998 Carman Mission 3:16 Background Vocals, Choir Vocals
1999 Michael W. Smith This Is Your Time Background Vocals
1999 Russ Taff Right Here Right Now Background & Harmony Vocals
2016 First Call Second Birth Vocals

Bonnie Keen

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Bonnie Keen is the recipient of three Dove Awards, five Grammy nominations, and an Emmy nomination for her work as a recording artist, author, and speaker. She is a founding member of the critically acclaimed recording trio First Call and has performed on “The Grammy Awards” and “Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show” and across the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe with First Call, Amy Grant, Sandi Patty, and Bebe and CeCe Winans. Presently she continues to enjoy performing, singing, writing, and being part of a circle of work in the arts.

Bonnie has recorded three solo projects and authored three books with Harvest House Publishers. Her story graced the covers of Today’s Christian Woman and Virtue magazine. Bonnie’s vocals can be heard on commercials for Pepsi, Dodge Trucks, Fritos, Wrigleys Gum, and Coke, work with Garth Brooks, Steve Winwood, Barry Manilow, and Michael Crawford.

Bonnie Keen travels with Windborne Music’s “Tribute to the Music of Michael Jackson” performing most recently with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Theatrical highlights include the roles of Stephanie “To Kill A Mockingbird, The Witch “Into The Woods” Grace in “Cinderella” with the Nashville Symphony, Petie Quince (The Nashville Shakespeare Festival), Tiny “Comedy of Errors”, Maud/Pinky in “Pride’s Crossing” (Lipscomb University), Mama Legend “Scarecrows” (Playhouse Nashville), Mrs. Whitehead in “Man and Superman” and Gingy in “Love, Loss and What I Wore”.

Bonnie enjoys performances of her original two-woman musical collaboration in “Women Who Dare to Believe” with Nan Gurley. WWDB has been seen by audiences of all ages. The process of writing this musical birthed a two-semester, 22 week Bible Study which serves as an in-depth follow up for many churches.

Local therapy includes singing vocals with Nashville studio musician events in The Eaglemaniacs, the music of the Eagles and Don Henley.

As a private coach, it’s a joy for Bonnie to give back to a younger generation bringing her stage and vocal experiences from the recording studio to live performance.

The sweetest challenge of her life remains in being a mother of two and the wife of a terrific second chance marriage to Brent King.

Bio. (2016). Retrieved April 10, 2020, from Bonnie Keen website: https://bonniekeen.com/index.php/bio

Created by: Yianni D on 26-July-2010 - Last Edited by siremidor on 11-August-2020
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