Versatile and melodic, from Jazz to Pop and Broadway to Classical, the lilting voice of Coloratura Soprano Bonnie Bowden has graced stages and media across the globe. She began singing at the tender age of three and her first professional singing job was at Six Flags Over Texas. Moving to California, she landed a solo position at Disneyland with the Sound Castle Ltd in Tomorrowland. From there she joined Sérgio Mendes and toured the world many times over. Her TV credits include several appearances on Johnny Carson, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, Dinah Shore and the Midnight Special.    

Throughout her career she has had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of musicians and entertainers.  Among them are Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stevie Wonder, Hubert Laws, Dori Caymmi, Dave Grusin, George Duke, Steve Allen, Steve Lawrence & Eydie Gormé, Robert Klein, Pete Barbutti and her husband, guitarist David Amaro.

Equally at home on stage or in studio, her vocal solos have been featured on many recordings throughout the years.  A multilingual performer, she sings in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Latin and Portuguese.  Her recording of Victor Herbert's "Indian Summer" arranged by the legendary Sammy Nestico and was nominated for a GRAMMY® in the Best Female Pop Vocal category.