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Browsing: Joe Bonamassa
Bonamassa will perform an exclusive, one-night-only concert experience alongside an orchestra on August 9th. Tickets on sale today!
Robert Jon & The Wreck Share Video for Roots Rock Ballad ‘Who Can You Love’
Produced by the legendary, multi-GRAMMY Award winner Don Was, the song will be featured on the band’s new EP ‘One Of A Kind.’
‘Blood Brothers’ was produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith and recorded at Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana.
Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea: Mediterranean (Part Two) – Ana Popović Rocks the Boat!
And set to put on a show that cruisers would never forget was the Serbia-born blues rocker Ana Popović.
Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea: Mediterranean (Part One) – Joe Bonamassa’s Blues Cruise Included Visit to Nerdville
Some 25 acts entertained fans throughout the cruise, with early morning acoustic shows, full concerts throughout the day and late night jam sessions.
An interview with Edgar, who proves categorically that his muse is as artistically vibrant as his brother’s entire catalog.
‘Crown,’ out today, follows the pattern of Eric Gales’ previous albums in addressing social issues of a man who doesn’t understand why the color of a man’s skin should preclude how he’s treated.
The variety of styles of all these artists who guest on this album says something significant about Dion’s own eclecticism and underlines his already well established 66-year legacy
New Dion Album ‘Stomping Ground’ Ft. Mark Knopfler, Keb’ Mo’, Boz Scaggs, Billy Gibbons, More Out November 5
“Dion is a star who knows well how to start again, how to keep shining. He looks at his watch every few years. Damn! Let’s make a record.” – Pete Townshend
Tommy Castro & The Painkillers Announce ‘A Bluesman Came To Town’ Tour
“I’ve made seven albums for Alligator, and I’ve never made the same record twice. I will always try to be my most authentic self. I give it all I’ve got every time we hit the stage!” – Tommy Castro