Bekka Bramlett

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Bekka Bramlett
Birth name Rebekka Ruth Lazone Bramlett
Born (1968-04-19) April 19, 1968 (age 48)
Genres Rock, pop, country
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1973–present
Associated acts Fleetwood Mac, Faith Hill, Delaney & Bonnie

Rebekka Ruth Lazone "Bekka" Bramlett (born April 19, 1968) is an American singer. She is the daughter Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett, of the popular music duo Delaney & Bonnie.

She has been a member of Mick Fleetwood's band the Zoo (1991–92), Fleetwood Mac (1993–95), and the country duo Bekka & Billy, with Billy Burnette (1996–98). She released a solo album of demo work in 2002 for fans who attended her shows.

Currently, she is a session singer, songwriter, and backing vocalist, working with many artists, including Faith Hill, Robert Plant, Warrant, Trace Adkins, Faster Pussycat, Buddy Guy, Vince Gill and Sam Moore.

Marriage[edit]

On May 14, 2007, Bramlett married the musician Tom Britt while they were on tour with Vince Gill. They are now divorced.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

As featured performer[edit]

  • The Zoo, Shakin' the Cage (1992)
  • Fleetwood Mac, Time (1995)
  • Bekka & Billy, Bekka & Billy (1996)
  • Bekka Bramlett, What's In It for Me (2002)
  • Imus Ranch Record, "What Happened?" (2008)
  • Bekka Bramlett, I've Got News for You (2009)

As backing vocalist[edit]

  • Delaney Bramlett, Mobius Strip (1973)
  • Belinda Carlisle, Runaway Horses (1989)
  • Warrant, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich (1989)
  • Richie Sambora, Stranger in This Town (1991)
  • Belinda Carlisle, Her Greatest Hits (1992)
  • Faster Pussycat, Whipped! (1992)
  • Mitch Malloy, Mitch Malloy (1992)
  • Joe Cocker, Have a Little Faith (1994)
  • Agnes Stone, Agnes Stone (1994)
  • Gregg Wright’s Left Hook, Round One (1995)
  • Vince Gill, High Lonesome Sound (1996)
  • Bad Company, Stories Told and Untold (1996)
  • Iris DeMent, The Way I Should (1996)
  • Delbert McClinton, One of the Fortunate Few (1997)
  • Jonny Lang, Lie to Me (1997)
  • Hank Thompson, Hank Thompson and Friends (1997)
  • Bryan White, The Right Place (1997)
  • Kenny Rogers, Across My Heart (1997)
  • Billy Joel, On Tour (1998)
  • Jim Horn, The Hit List (1998)
  • Paul Craft, Brother Jukebox (1998)
  • Buddy Guy, Heavy Love (1998)
  • Jonny Lang, Wander This World (1998)
  • Travis Tritt, No More Looking Over My Shoulder (1998)
  • Delaney Bramlett, Sounds from Home (1998)
  • Faith Hill, Faith (1998)
  • The Why Store, Two Beasts (1998)
  • Rita Coolidge, Thinkin’ About You (1998)
  • Faith Hill, Live Will Always Win (Australia bonus track) (1999)
  • Jason Sellers, Matter of Time (1999)
  • Faith Hill, Breathe (1999)
  • Michael Peterson, Being Human (1999)
  • Claudia Church, Claudia Church (1999)
  • Flaco Jimenez, Sleepytown (2000)
  • Mark Selby, More Storms Comin’ (2000)
  • Jamie O’Neal, Shiver (2000)
  • Bryan White, Greatest Hits (2000)
  • Sonya Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs (2000)
  • Lee Ann Womack, I Hope You Dance (2000)
  • Billy Burnette, Are You with Me Baby (2000)
  • Luke Reed, Corridos (2000)
  • Steve Wariner, Faith in You (2000)
  • Vince Gill, Let’s Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye (2000)
  • Jewel, This Way (2001)
  • Derailers, Here Come the Derailers (2001)
  • Faith Hill, There You’ll Be: The Best of Faith Hill (2001)
  • Dwight Yoakam, South of Heaven, West of Hell (2001)
  • Hall Ketchum, Lucky Man (2001)
  • Rick Ferrell, Different Point of View (2001)
  • Bob DiPiero, Laugh (2001)
  • T Graham Brown, Lives (2001)
  • Kelly Minter, Good Day (2001)
  • Todd Sharp, Walking All the Way (2001)
  • Delbert McClinton, Nothing Personal (2001)
  • Jessica Andrews, Who I Am (2001)
  • Israel & New Breed, Real (2002)
  • Faith Hill, Cry (2002)
  • Dwight Yoakam, Reprise Please Baby: The Warner Bros. Years (2002)
  • Brooks & Dunn, It Wouldn’t Be Christmas Without You (2002)
  • Tanya Tucker, Tanya (2002)
  • Delbert McClinton, Room to Breathe (2002)
  • Montgomery Gentry, My Town (2002)
  • Shannon Lawson, Chase the Sun (2002)
  • Billy Ray Cyrus, Time Flies (2002)
  • Amy Grant, Legacy…Hymns & Faith (2002)
  • Delaney Bramlett, Sweet Inspiration (2002)
  • Jim Lauderdale, Hummingbirds (2002)
  • Ashley Cleveland, Second Skin (2002)
  • Billy Ray Cyrus, Other Side (2003)
  • The Mavericks, The Mavericks (2003)
  • Wynonna, What The World Needs Now Is Love (2003)
  • Brooks & Dunn, Red Dirt Road (2003)
  • Etta James, Let’s Roll (2003)
  • Marcel, You, Me, and the Windshield (2003)
  • Jeffrey Steele, Gold, Platinum, Chrome and Steele (2003)
  • Jessica Andrews, Now (2003)
  • Billy Gilman, Music Through Heartsongs: Songs Based on the Poems of Mattie J. T. Stepanek (2003)
  • Deanna Carter, I’m Just a Girl (2003)
  • Vince Gill, Next Big Thing (2003)
  • Andy Griggs, This I Gotta See (2004)
  • Jimmy Buffett, License to Chill (2004)
  • Brooks & Dunn, Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 2 (2004)
  • Jeffrey Steele, Outlaw (2004)
  • Beth Nielsen, Chapman Look (2004)
  • Al Anderson, After Hours (2004)
  • Montgomery Gentry, You Do Your Thing (2004)
  • Curtis Salgado, Strong Suspicion (2004)
  • James Otto, Days of Our Lives (2004)
  • Lorrie Morgan, Show Me How
  • Brooks & Dunn, Very Best of Brooks & Dunn (2004)
  • Warrant, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich (expanded) (2004)
  • Montgomery Gentry, Something to Be Proud Of: The Best of 1999–2005 (2005)
  • Trisha Yearwood, Jasper County (2005)
  • Jamie Oldaker, Mad Dogs & Okies (2005)
  • Delbert McClinton, Cost of Living (2005)
  • Neal McCoy, That’s Life (2005)
  • Bart Millard, Hymned No. (2005)
  • Faith Hill, Fireflies (2005)
  • Shawn Jones, All in Good Time (2005)
  • Van Zant, Get Right with the Man (2005)
  • Amy Grant, Rock of Ages…Hymns & Faith (2005)
  • Jo Dee Messina, Delicious Surprise (2005)
  • Jamie O’Neal, Brave (2005)
  • Hacienda Brothers, Hacienda Brothers (2005)
  • 3 Doors Down, Seventeen Days (2005)
  • LeAnn Rimes, This Woman (2005)
  • Spady Branan, The Long Way Around and Other Short Stories (2006)
  • Montgomery Gentry, Some People Change (2006)
  • Vince Gill, These Days (2006)
  • Bob Seger, Face the Promise (2006)
  • Sam Moore, Overnight Sensational (2006)
  • Trace Adkins, Dangerous Man (2006)
  • Eliot Morris, What’s Mine Is Yours (2006)
  • Albert Lee, Road Runner (2006)
  • Bonnie Bramlett, Roots, Blues, & Jazz (2006)
  • Sara Groves, Tell Me What You Know (2007)
  • Betty Harris, Intuition (2007)
  • Faith Hill, Hits (2007)
  • Bill Wence, Songs from the Rocky Fork Tavern (2007)
  • Lori McKenna, Unglamorous (2007)
  • Bryan White, Greatest Hits (2007)
  • Kenny Chesney, Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates (2007)
  • Mark McKinney, Get It On (2007)
  • Buddy Guy, Skin Deep (2008)[1]
  • John Oates, 1000 Miles of Life (2008)
  • Robert Plant, Band of Joy (2010)
  • Bonnie Tyler, Rocks and Honey (2013)
  • John Oates, Another Good Road (2015)
  • Monty Byrom, 100 Miles South of Eden (2015)

Various Artists/Soundtracks[edit]

  • True Romance Soundtrack (John Waite – In Dreams) (1993)
  • Blown Away Soundtrack (Joe Cocker & Bekka Bramlett – Take Me Home) (1994)
  • Soccer Rocks The Globe (Fleetwood Mac – Blow By Blow) (1994)
  • Stone Country – Country Artists Perform the Songs of the Rolling Stones (1997)
  • America’s Sweethearts Soundtrack (Bekka Bramlett – We All Fall Down) (2001)
  • Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now (2005)

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Allmusic Credits for 'Skin Deep'". Allmusic. Retrieved 30 March 2011. 

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