Deborah Bonham

Singer-songwriter and Musician
Born Feb 7, 1962

Deborah Bonham is an English rock and blues vocalist and the sister of John Bonham, the late drummer for the band Led Zeppelin. Born in Redditch, Worcestershire, England, she lived with her father in The Old Hyde farm, Cutnall Green, Worcestershire (the location where John Bonham's fantasy sequence was filmed for The Song Remains the Same).… Read More

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  • Deborah Bonham At Derby Venue
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  • Feast Of Treats At Upbeat Festival Bournemouth Echo
    Google News - Aug 25, 2011
  • Deborah Bonham And Her Band Sussex Express
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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Deborah Bonham.


1962 Birth Born on February 7, 1962.


1985 23 Years Old With some encouragement and advice from mentor Plant, Bonham sent out the songs anonymously and soon landed her first record deal with the major European label Carerre Records in 1985, for whom she recorded the critically acclaimed album For You and the Moon. … Read More


1996 34 Years Old Bonham spent 1996 organising a new band, together with new songs for an album and playing a series of shows such as headlining the Belfast Festival and a sell out show at the Bottom Line, in Shepherd's Bush. … Read More


2004 42 Years Old In 2004, she recorded her second album on the Track label and toured in support of it. … Read More
2008 46 Years Old In June 2008, her third album Duchess was issued on ATCO by Rhino Records and released in the United States. … Read More
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