Grammy Winner Bonnie Pointer Dies At Age 69 [VIDEO]

TMZ reports:

Bonnie Pointer of The Pointer Sisters has died TMZ has learned. The Grammy-winning Motown artist, who was originally part of the popular quartet group of sisters in the ’70s, died this morning. Bonnie was one of the original Pointer Sisters — which started out as a duo, with her as one of the leads — but eventually left the group in the mid-1970s to pursue a successful solo career. She’s perhaps best known for her cover of “Heaven Must Have Sent You.”

All tracks below star or feature Bonnie. Fairytale, which was co-written by Bonnie, in 1974 became the first Grammy for Best Country Vocal by a Duo or Group ever awarded to an all-female ensemble. It was later covered by Elvis Presley.