Bonnie Pointer 

July 11, 1950 – June 8, 2020

How She Loved Entertaining

"If it weren't for Bonnie there would be NO Pointer Sisters!"

About Bonnie

BONNIE POINTER and youngest sister June began singing together as teenagers and in 1969 the duo had co-founded The Pointers (otherwise known as The Pair). After Anita joined the duo that same year, they changed their name to The Pointer Sisters and recorded several singles for Atlantic Records between 1971 and 1972. In December 1972, they recruited the oldest sister Ruth and released their debut album as The Pointer Sisters in 1973. Their self-titled debut yielded the hit "Yes We Can Can".Between 1973 and 1977, the Pointers' donned 1940s fashions and sang in a style reminiscent of The Andrews Sisters; they also melded the sounds of R&B, funk, rock and roll, gospel, country, and soul. Anita and Bonnie who wrote the group's crossover country hit, "Fairytale," in 1974, which also became a Top 20 pop hit and won the group their first Grammy for Best Vocal by a Duo or Group, Country. Anita and Bonnie also were nominated for Best Country Song at the same ceremony. In 1977, Bonnie left the group to begin a solo career. The remaining sisters continued scoring hits from the late 1970s to the mid-1980s and had a major breakthrough with their 1983 album Break Out.In 1978, Bonnie married Motown Records Producer Jeffrey Bowen and signed with Motown in the same year, Bonnie released "Heaven Must Have Sent You," which reached No. 11 on Billboard Hot 100 chart. She released three solo albums, including two self-titled albums for Motown, before retiring from the studio. Bonnie appeared on Soul Train on March 2, 1985 (Season 14, Episode 20). She still continues to perform, and reunited with her sisters on two separate occasions: when the group received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1994, and during a Las Vegas performance in 1996 singing "Jump (for My Love)."On May 4, 2006, shortly after the death of her sister June, Bonnie appeared on Entertainment Tonight saying her sisters had not fulfilled June's burial wishes, thus cremating her because it was cheaper.[citation needed] She also claimed that Anita and Ruth refused to let her ride in the family car at the funeral.[citation needed] Eldest brother Fritz Pointer responded that Bonnie demanded to be let back in the group, or she would not come to the funeral.[citation needed]At the beginning of 2008, Bonnie embarked on a European tour, and has been working on her autobiography. Bonnie performed at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City on Saturday, October 25, 2008. She also starred in Monte Hellman's 2010 romantic thriller Road to Nowhere (film)

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Music

Throughout the years Bonnie had been working hard to develop her own artistic voice and make sure she would stand out in the entertainment scene. That she certainly did... Experiance the vast amount of songs Bonnie had written and recorded...  

Please enjoy some private family photos and never before seen pictures of our Bonnie

Bonnie sings a childhood song on Halloween Night 2019

with friend Melissa Simpson

Upcoming Events
The Bonnie Pointer Memorial
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The Hollywood Museum
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The Hollywood Museum, 1660 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028, USA
The Hollywood Museum at The Ever After Exhibit
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Ever After A Pointer Sister Collection
Sun, Dec 01
The Hollywood Museum
Dec 01, 2019, 9:00 AM – Apr 26, 2020, 5:00 PM
The Hollywood Museum, 1660 N Highland Ave, Hollywood, CA 90028, USA
Ever After Celebrating 50 Years of Iconic Fashion, Wardrobe Design, Memorabilia and Cultural Epilogue
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