Bonnie started her singing career first with Bobby Wayne & the Dixies and then with her own band in 1970 under the name of Sherene Davies. After being spotted by music producer Ronnie Scott In 1976 she released her first single Lost in France which reached the Top Ten in the UK. She underwent surgery to remove nodules on her vocal cords and not resting her voice properly it left her with a very unique husky tone to her singing voice. Bonnie became an international star with the release of Its a Heartache hitting the charts worldwide. After releasing 4 Albums with RCA and with the help of singer songwriter Jim Steinman in 1982 she moved to Columbia Records. Another international hit followed with the release of Total Eclipse of the Heart going to No 1 in France, Australia, and the USA. She was nominated for a GRAMMY for best female Pop Vocal Performance for her album Faster than the Speed of Light. Bonnie followed this with a string of hit singles and albums including Rocking Good Way, with Shaking Stevens, and the Footloose, film soundtrack Holding out for a Hero, In 1987 she sang the title track to Mike Oldfields album Islands. Throughout her career she has been nominated for, & won many prestigious awards, including: The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Award 2002, Variety Club of Britain Award, Yamaha Prize (Japan), the Academy of Country Music, (USA) and numerous others.