A new tragic loss in the music world. Bonnie Pointer, who was part of the four founding sisters of the group of pop and rhythm and blues american iconic Pointer Sisters, has died at the age of 69 years, as has been done by the group on its website. Bonnie, with her famous sisters, Anita, Ruth and June, had started singing in the church of their father in Oakland, California. Then the four singers voice had achieved success in the 1970s with their titles are always very catchy.
Among their successes include hits such as "I'm So Excited" and " Jump (For My Love) ". The quartet won their first Grammy Awards (music award) for the song "Fairytale" in 1975. The song, co-written by Bonnie and Anita, has won the award for best duo country and has been recorded by Elvis Presley.
"Our family is devastated,"
Bonnie Pointer left the group in the mid-1970s to embark on a solo career and has experienced his greatest success in 1978 with the hit " Heaven Must Have Feel You ". "Our family is devastated" by the disappearance of Bonnie, said Anita Point to CNN.p> Updated Date: 09 June 2020, 02:33