Bonnie Lee (June 11, 1931 – September 7, 2006) was an American Chicago blues singer. Known as 'Sweetheart of the Blues', she is best remembered for her lengthy working relationships with Sunnyland Slim and Willie Kent. David Whiteis, who interviewed Lee in researching his book, Chicago Blues: Portraits and Stories stated, "she was one of the last of her genre, the big-voiced woman blues singer fronting a Chicago band."
With Willie Kent and the Gents.
Personnel: Billie Branch/harmonica, Willie Davis/guitar, Kenny Barker/piano, Willie Kent/bass, Baldhead Pete/drums