Bonnie Bramlett has a long and illustrious musical history. As teenager Bonnie Lynn O'Ferrell, she had backed blues legends Albert King and Little Milton. In the mid-1960s, she moved to Los Angeles where, as the only-ever white Ikette, she backed Ike and Tina Turner. There, while taping an episode of the rock music dance show Shindig!, she met the house band's guitarist, Delaney Bramlett. They were married a week later, and shortly thereafter, Delaney, Bonnie and Friends was formed. By the late 1960s, Delaney and Bonnie were touring the U.K., opening for the Eric Clapton/Steve Winwood super group Blind Faith. From there, Clapton joined D&B for the next year and, when he left, took their band with him - and in so doing formed the legendary Derek and the Dominoes. The Bramletts, however, endured for another two years ,and had a handful of Top 20 hits including "Never Ending Song Of Love" and "Only You Know And I Know."