'Bonnie Koloc - Rediscovered' is Bonnie's 14th album. It features selected songs from her early albums, all newly recorded with new arrangements. The musicians accompanying Bonnie, led by Chris Siebold with his creative arrangements, provide a fresh sound to these Bonnie favorites. The musicians in addition to Chris Siebold playing various guitars, include John Rice on mandolin, dobro, fiddle and guitar, Larry Kohut on bass, Howard Levy on harmonica, Don Stille on accordion and Steve Eisen on tenor sax as well as a string quartet comprised of Wendy Cotton on cello, Andreanna Moravec on viola, and both Jennifer Lowe and Gina Young on violin. Included are five of Bonnie's own songs, Sunday Morning Movies, Two Black Guitars, Kentucky Dream, Children's Blues and Elis. Other are Colors of the Sun (Jackson Browne), Wind on the Water (Tom Rush), In the Dark (Lil Green), Lie Down By Me (Paula Lockheart), and Angel From Montgomery (John Prine). Bonnie's career has spanned over four decades starting with her arrival in Chicago in 1968 where she quickly became the queen of the hot Chicago folk scene. For many years she and Steve Goodman, John Prine and Fred Holstein were the scene's core performers. Bonnie's powerful voice and passionate performing style resulted in sold-out shows, often multiple sets a night at clubs like the legendary Earl of Old Town and Mr.Kelly's. Bonnie continues to perform regularly; a highlight in 2011 was her appearance at the famed Kerrville Folk festival in Texas. Other recent releases are 'Beginnings' from early live recordings by Rich Warren, 'Here To Sing', a 2006 studio recording, 'Timeless', a double CD of selected live performances between 1970 and 1995, and 'A Bestiary', an art book of block prints and an accompanying CD of poems set to music. All available at cdbaby.