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I love the sound of What Not To Do. Too bad that lineup of FM didn't get a real chance.

She's such a great singer. And she knows it. I have a producer friend who says if you put Bekka and her Mama in the same room, there's not room for both of their egos.
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I love the sound of What Not To Do. Too bad that lineup of FM didn't get a real chance.

She's such a great singer. And she knows it. I have a producer friend who says if you put Bekka and her Mama in the same room, there's not room for both of their egos.
Wow! That’s a hot tune. Her approach is somewhere between Melissa Ethridge (sp) and Patti LaBelle. Stevie wouldn’t dare try it and Christine would say “it’s too much.” Fleetwood Mac was a vessel that could not contain Bekka Bramlett.
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Wow! That’s a hot tune. Her approach is somewhere between Melissa Ethridge (sp) and Patti LaBelle. Stevie wouldn’t dare try it and Christine would say “it’s too much.” Fleetwood Mac was a vessel that could not contain Bekka Bramlett.
She did a Wednesday residency at B.B. King's in Nashville, maybe 5 years ago. I went probably 3 times. She and her band were so great! On breaks, she'd just go stand out on 2nd Ave(where the Christmas Day 2020 bombing was), smoking her cancer sticks. But she was very nice and approachable(minus the cancer sticks ).
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I love the Zoo album she sings on. It's fantastic.
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