Ray Bonneville knows a lot about economics. As a one-man band, he uses his hands and feet to create a groove that would send a lot of three-man rhythm sections back to the practice room.
He's a Juno Award winning songwriter and has six albums to his name and is working on a seventh. Bonneville was born in Quebec but splits his time between Canada, Texas and a little trout stream in Arkansas. He travels the world telling stories with his songs and making fans with his music.
Ray is back in Minnesota for a few gigs this week and took time to stop in the Radio Heartland studio to chat.
- Ray Bonneville
- Quilt shop makes a cozy concert venue A quilt shop in the small central Minnesota town of Avon boasts fabric from around the world. About once a month, the shop also puts music on display, in intimate concerts that have become popular with area folk and blues fans.