In the late 1960s, there was a duet called Delaney & Bonnie. What happened to Bonnie?
—Pamela Rico-Miller, Salinas, Calif.
Bonnie Bramlett, 66, often sings on other artists’ recording sessions and occasionally performs publicly. You can hear her vocals on albums by Charlie Daniels, John Oates, John Cowan, Klaus Voormann and Tom Rush. The singer-actress was a semiregular on Roseanne from 1991 to 1992. She was married to Delaney Bramlett (who died in 2008) from 1967 to 1972, and their biggest hits were “Never Ending Song of Love” and “Only You Know and I Know.” Her most recent solo album, Beautiful, was released in 2008. A 52-song Delaney & Bonnie box set, On Tour With Eric Clapton, was released last year by Rhino Records.