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Bonnie McKee tour with Ryan Cabrera, Bonnie McKee and Ryan Cabrera


Bonnie McKee tour with Ryan Cabrera, Bonnie McKee and Ryan Cabrera.

Reprise Records' Bonnie McKee will be hitting the road with Ryan Cabrera kicking off March 4th in Syracuse, New York.

Bonnie McKee is a truly gifted nineteen-year-old singer and songwriter whose new Reprise Records release, "Trouble," produced by Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls) and Bob Power, features a dozen original tracks, all written by the artist before she was sixteen. "Part ultra-depressed poetry girl, part Lolita and self-described 'attention whore,' McKee has one of the most provocative new records, and the personality to match." (Blender Magazine).

Bonnie McKee recently performed her song "Somebody" on "Jimmy Kimmel" and last year portrayed Janis Joplin on an episode of the Emmy Award-winning series "American Dreams." Bonnie has been featured in "Advanced Warning" on MTV, was Yahoo! Music's Artist of the Month in November, and has been highlighted in the pages of Interview Magazine, Nylon, Teen People and Teen Vogue.

Although only nineteen years old, fierce and musically assured, Bonnie McKee is a Pop alternative to Avril Lavigne, traversing some of the same lyrical territory as the Canadian punk thrush but with more emotional intelligence and grit--quite an accomplishment since Bonnie McKee didn't employ the glossy talents of the Matrix, or anyone else for that matter--the singer penned all twelve tracks herself. With a vocal range on par with Christina Aguilera, Bonnie McKee manages to go from kittenish to feral in the space of a single song, and always seems to end up on top, no matter how many times she stumbles. "When It All Comes Down" may be the sound of heartbreak, but Bonnie McKee refuses to wallow in her pain and plots her own eventual recovery in the space of a single song. By rights, this should be the anthem for anyone attempting to get over a breakup--without appearing to. "Confessions of a Teenage Girl," is so winsome and engaging, it could inspire a Fox TV show. But Bonnie McKee has talent to burn, so it wouldn't be a surprise if that's already in the works. Paired with Green Day producer, Rob Cavallo, McKee elevates post-teen rebellion and broken romance to high art--and this is only the beginning of what she's capable of.

Bonnie McKee 2005 Tour Dates with Ryan Cabrera:
4th Syracuse, NY Landmark Theatre
5th Hartford, CT Webster Theatre
6th Burlington, VT Higher Ground
7th Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
8th Cincinnati, OH Bogarts
9th Memphis, TN New Daisy
11th Baton Rouge, LA Louisiana State University
13th Indianapolis, IN Egyptian
15th Winston-Salem, NC Millennium Center
18th Oklahoma City, OK Bricktown
19th Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club
22nd New Orleans, LA House Of Blues
23rd Houston, TX TBA
25th Dallas, TX Gypsy Ballroom
26th Dallas, TX Gypsy Ballroom
30th Phoenix, AZ Marquee Theatre
31st Los Angeles, CA Wiltern

1st San Diego, CA Spreckles
16th Valdosta, GA Wild Adventures

Bonnie McKee "Trouble" CD: ORDER IT NOW.


I actually saw bonnie mckee in syracuse yesterday! She is the sweetest girl i have ever met! she is great and she is an amazing singer! She autographed my CD for me! :D

The concert at the landmark theater march 4th was amazing! It was great! Both Bonnie and Ryan have amazing voices! Ryan was sure the extreme star of the night and all of us would Love it if he came back to do another show in syracuse!!!!! :)


I Saw Ryan And Bonnie Perform In Syracuse... She Was Really Great. Both Ryan And Bonnie Have Great Voices And Personalitys. I Hope They Both Can Come Back To Perform Again For Syracuse

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