Bekka Bramlett Biography, Age, Family, Height, and Net Worth

Bekka Bramlett Biography

Bekka Bramlett is an American singer, Songwriter, and prolific session background singer. Her birth name is Rebekka Ruth Lazone “Bekka” Bramlett.

Currently, she is a session singer, songwriter, and backing vocalist, working with many artists, including Faith Hill, Robert Plant, Warrant, Trace Adkins, Faster Pussycat, Buddy Guy, Vince Gill, and Sam Moore.

She has been a member of Mick Fleetwood’s band the Zoo (1991–92), Fleetwood Mac (1993–95), and the country duo Bekka & Billy, with Billy Burnette (1996–98).

Bekka Bramlett Age | Parents

Bekka was born on April 19, 1968, in Westwood, California. She is 55 years old as of 2023 .

Moreover, Bekka is the daughter of the famous music duo the late Bonnie Bramlett and Delaney Bramlett.

Bekka Bramlett Career

Bramlett made her first recording at the age of 4years old. She sang on her father’s album Mobius Strip. She got her first developmental deal at age 12. From age 17 on, she has continually recorded and toured with a great many of the world’s greatest musical talents.

Bekka has been a member of Mick Fleetwood’s band the Zoo (1991–92), Fleetwood Mac (1993–95), and the country duo Bekka & Billy, with Billy Burnette (1996–98).

She released a solo album of demo work in 2002 for fans who attended her shows. Currently, she is a session singer, songwriter, and backing vocalist, working with many artists, including Faith Hill, Robert Plant, Warrant, Trace Adkins, Faster Pussycat, Buddy Guy, Vince Gill, and Sam Moore.

Bekka Bramlett Husband

Bekka Bramlett was previously married to Tom Britt (musician) (2007 – 2013). She has also been in a relationship with Jani Lane (1987 – 1989). Bramlett is currently single.

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Bekka Bramlett Songs


As featured performer

  • The Zoo, Shakin’ the Cage (1992)
  • Fleetwood Mac, Time (1995)
  • Bekka & Billy, Bekka & Billy (1996)
  • Bekka Bramlett, What’s In It for Me (2002)
  • Imus Ranch Record, “What Happened?” (2008)
  • Bekka Bramlett, I’ve Got News for You (2009)

As a backing vocalist

Delaney Bramlett, Mobius Strip (1973)

Belinda Carlisle, Runaway Horses (1989)

Warrant, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich (1989)

Richie Sambora, Stranger In This Town (1991)

Belinda Carlisle, Her Greatest Hits (1992)

Faster Pussycat, Whipped! (1992)

Mitch Malloy, Mitch Malloy (1992)

Joe Cocker, Have a Little Faith (1994)

Agnes Stone, Agnes Stone (1994)

Gregg Wright’s Left Hook, Round One (1995)

Vince Gill, High Lonesome Sound (1996)

Bad Company, Stories Told and Untold (1996)

Iris DeMent, The Way I Should (1996)

Delbert McClinton, One of the Fortunate Few (1997)

Jonny Lang, Lie to Me (1997)

Hank Thompson, Hank Thompson, and Friends (1997)

Bryan White, The Right Place (1997)

Kenny Rogers, Across My Heart (1997)

Billy Joel, On Tour (1998)

Jim Horn, The Hit List (1998)

Paul Craft, Brother Jukebox (1998)

Buddy Guy, Heavy Love (1998)

Jonny Lang, Wander This World (1998)

Travis Tritt, No More Looking Over My Shoulder (1998)

Delaney Bramlett, Sounds from Home (1998)

Faith Hill, Faith (1998)

The Why Store, Two Beasts (1998)

Rita Coolidge, Thinkin’ About You (1998)

Faith Hill, Live Will Always Win (Australia bonus track) (1999)

Jason Sellers, Matter of Time (1999)

Faith Hill, Breathe (1999)

Michael Peterson, Being Human (1999)

Claudia Church, Claudia Church (1999)


  • Flaco Jimenez, Sleepytown (2000)
  • Mark Selby, More Storms Comin’ (2000)
  • Jamie O’Neal, Shiver (2000)
  • Bryan White, Greatest Hits (2000)
  • Sonya Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs (2000)
  • Lee Ann Womack, I Hope You Dance (2000)
  • Billy Burnette, Are You with Me Baby (2000)
  • Luke Reed, Corridos (2000)
  • Steve Wariner, Faith in You (2000)
  • Vince Gill, Let’s Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye (2000)

The 2001’s

  • Jewel, This Way (2001)
  • Derailers, Here Come the Derailers (2001)
  • Faith Hill, There You’ll Be: The Best of Faith Hill (2001)
  • Dwight Yoakam, South of Heaven, West of Hell (2001)
  • Hall Ketchum, Lucky Man (2001)
  • Rick Ferrell, Different Point of View (2001)
  • Bob DiPiero, Laugh (2001)
  • T Graham Brown, Lives (2001)
  • Kelly Minter, Good Day (2001)
  • Todd Sharp, Walking All the Way (2001)
  • Delbert McClinton, Nothing Personal (2001)
  • Jessica Andrews, Who I Am (2001)

The 2002’s

Israel & New Breed, Real (2002)

Faith Hill, Cry (2002)

Dwight Yoakam, Reprise Please Baby: The Warner Bros. Years (2002)

Brooks & Dunn, It Wouldn’t Be Christmas Without You (2002)

Tanya Tucker, Tanya (2002)

Delbert McClinton, Room to Breathe (2002)

Montgomery Gentry, My Town (2002)

Shannon Lawson, Chase the Sun (2002)

Billy Ray Cyrus, Time Flies (2002)

Amy Grant, Legacy…Hymns & Faith (2002)

Delaney Bramlett, Sweet Inspiration (2002)

Jim Lauderdale, Hummingbirds (2002)

Ashley Cleveland, Second Skin (2002)

The 2003’s

Billy Ray Cyrus, Other Side (2003)

The Mavericks, The Mavericks (2003)

Wynonna, What The World Needs Now Is Love (2003)

Brooks & Dunn, Red Dirt Road (2003)

Etta James, Let’s Roll (2003)

Marcel, You, Me, and the Windshield (2003)

Jeffrey Steele, Gold, Platinum, Chrome, and Steele (2003)

Jessica Andrews, Now (2003)

Billy Gilman, Music Through Heartsongs: Songs Based on the Poems of Mattie J. T. Stepanek (2003)

Deanna Carter, I’m Just a Girl (2003)

Vince Gill, Next Big Thing (2003)

The 2004’s

Andy Griggs, This I Gotta See (2004)

Jimmy Buffett, License to Chill (2004)

Brooks & Dunn, Greatest Hits Collection, Vol. 2 (2004)

Jeffrey Steele, Outlaw (2004)

Beth Nielsen, Chapman Look (2004)

Al Anderson, After Hours (2004)

Montgomery Gentry, You Do Your Thing (2004)

Curtis Salgado, Strong Suspicion (2004)

James Otto, Days of Our Lives (2004)

Lorrie Morgan, Show Me How

Brooks & Dunn, Very Best of Brooks & Dunn (2004)

Warrant, Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich (expanded) (2004)

The 2005’s

Montgomery Gentry, Something to Be Proud Of: The Best of 1999–2005 (2005)

Trisha Yearwood, Jasper County (2005)

Jamie Oldaker, Mad Dogs & Okies (2005)

Delbert McClinton, Cost of Living (2005)

Neal McCoy, That’s Life (2005)

Bart Millard, Hymned No. (2005)

Faith Hill, Fireflies (2005)

Shawn Jones, All in Good Time (2005)

Van Zant, Get Right with the Man (2005)

Amy Grant, Rock of Ages…Hymns & Faith (2005)

Jo Dee Messina, Delicious Surprise (2005)

Jamie O’Neal, Brave (2005)

Hacienda Brothers, Hacienda Brothers (2005)

3 Doors Down, Seventeen Days (2005)

LeAnn Rimes, This Woman (2005)

The 2006’s

Spady Branan, The Long Way Around and Other Short Stories (2006)

Montgomery Gentry, Some People Change (2006)

Vince Gill, These Days (2006)

Bob Seger, Face the Promise (2006)

Sam Moore, Overnight Sensational (2006)

Trace Adkins, Dangerous Man (2006)

Eliot Morris, What’s Mine Is Yours (2006)

Albert Lee, Road Runner (2006)

Bonnie Bramlett, Roots, Blues, & Jazz (2006)

The 2007’s

Sara Groves, Tell Me What You Know (2007)

Betty Harris, Intuition (2007)

Faith Hill, Hits (2007)

Bill Wence, Songs from the Rocky Fork Tavern (2007)

Lori McKenna, Unglamorous (2007)

Bryan White, Greatest Hits (2007)

Kenny Chesney, Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates (2007)

Mark McKinney, Get It On (2007)

2008 to 2016

Buddy Guy, Skin Deep (2008)

John Oates, 1000 Miles of Life (2008)

Robert Plant, Band of Joy (2010)

Bonnie Tyler, Rocks, and Honey (2013)

John Oates, Another Good Road (2015)

Monty Byrom, 100 Miles South of Eden (2015)

Jett Blakk, Rock Revolution (2016)

Various Artists/Soundtracks

  • True Romance Soundtrack (John Waite – In Dreams) (1993)
  • Blown Away Soundtrack (Joe Cocker & Bekka Bramlett – Take Me Home) (1994)
  • Soccer Rocks The Globe (Fleetwood Mac – Blow By Blow) (1994)
  • Stone Country – Country Artists Perform the Songs of the Rolling Stones (1997)
  • America’s Sweethearts Soundtrack (Bekka Bramlett – We All Fall Down) (2001)
  • Hurricane Relief: Come Together Now (2005)


  • America’s Sweethearts (2001) (writer: “We All Fall Down”) (performer: “We All Fall Down”)
  • Vertical Limit (2000) (writer: Patient Heart)
  • The Real Roseanne Show Herself (1 episode, 2003)
  • Fleetwood Mac: Another Link In The Chain (1995) (V) Herself (Vocals)
  • Live in Concert Belinda Carlisle (1988) (V) Herself (Background vocals)

Bekka Bramlett Net Worth

Bekkas’ net worth is estimated between $1million – $5million as of 2023.

Bekka Bramlett Fleetwood Mac

Bekka worked with Mick Fleetwood’s band, The Zoo, on his album, Shakin the Cage, in June 1992. Bramlett joined Fleetwood Mac in 1992 and toured with them.

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