‘Like a Picasso’: Posthumous album from Bonnie Pointer of legendary ‘Pointer Sisters’ to be re-released April 8
Following five releases with her sisters on ABC/Blue Thumb Records (including a Grammy® win in 1975 for the Bonnie and Anita Pointer-penned “Fairytale”), Bonnie Pointer left the group she co-founded and began a solo career. She signed with Motown Records in 1978, and her eponymous debut featured the hit “Heaven Must Have Sent You,” which reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The next year brought another self-titled release, and a third album came five years later. Bonnie appeared on Soul Train in 1985, but it would be decades before she would release more music.