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    Bonnie Bailey

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    Bonnie Bailey grew up in Glen Cove, Long Island, New York. She caught the singing bug when she was 4. By 16 she wrote her first handful of songs and brought them to Cove City Sound Studio. There she met Grammy Award producer Ric Wake. Impressed by her ambition and voice, he decided he would take her under his wing and guide her. Bonnie's first album, St Marks Place, was her alternative rock baby, influenced by Hole, Pixies, Ani Difranco, PJ Harvey, and Nirvana. Her first gig was on the Intrepid for Fleet Week, opening for Joan Jett in front of 14,000 sailors. Bonnie performed in most New York clubs such as The Bitter End, Mercury Lounge, and The Elbow Room.

    As time progressed, Bonnie's personal style of music evolved. With this evolution she needed a new music partner and producer. She found herself back at Cove City Recording studio seeking suggestions. Bonnie was then introduced to Eric Kupper. Together they recorded an album and, after submitting a track for a Hed Kandi compilation, Mark Doyle signed Bonnie to Hed Kandi.

    In 2005, Bonnie had her first top 40 Billboard hit in the UK with the dance song "Everywhere". The music video went to number 1 on the MTV dance charts and made number 7 for the years countdown in DJ magazine. She toured the UK and Spain performing in venues such as El Divino, Ibiza and Pacha, London. From 2003–2005, Bonnie made many appearances on Hed Kandi compilations, including the global house hit "Ever After" from the album Hed Kandi: Beach House 04.04. She can also be found on *69 "Cafeteria" a compilation put out by Peter Rauhofer and Stonebridges Smash Album.

    Mark Doyle, one of the creators of Hed Kandi, left to start his own company, Tokyo Disco. Bonnie Bailey will release her album Sweet Dysfunction with Tokyo Project by the fall of 2006. The album is singer/songwriter based written mostly on guitar and produced with Eric Kupper's electronic accents.

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