Bonnie Guitar recorded the album Affair for Dot Records and released in 1959. On that album were the following songs: Bits and Pieces, I'll Meet You In Denver, Noon Train, I'll Pick Up My Heart (And Go Home), Tender Words, Much Too Well, That See Me Later Look, Look What You're Doing, My Arms Stay Open Late, Perfect Stranger and Two Strangers.
She has raised cattle and quarter horses in Sumner, Washington. She co-founded the record company Dolton Records in the late 1950's, that launched the careers of The Fleetwoods and The Ventures. In 1960 she left Dolton and became part owner of Jerden Records with Jerry Dennon.
Bonnie still lives in Washington and now into her nineties is still playing the music she loves with her own band.
This album sounds good but show some faint scratches. The cover shows wear from being used at a radio station.