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Recorded at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London, ‘Royal Tea’ features honorable nods to his British heroes Jeff Beck, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, and Cream
“Come On” is a blues rock song. It talks about going after what you want, fighting for justice and for what you believe.
Each ticket purchased includes a donation to the Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation for Joe’s Fueling Musicians Program to help musicians in need during the pandemic
Bonamassa’s two latest projects have him looking back in time. ‘Royal Tea,’ a tribute to the 60s British blues rock that inspired him, and ‘A New Day Now,’ the 20th anniversary reissue of his solo debut
Says Bob Dylan, “Dion knows how to sing, and he knows just the right way to craft these songs, these blues songs. He’s got some friends here to help him out, some true luminaries. But in the end, it’s Dion by himself alone, and that masterful voice of his that will keep you returning to share these Blues songs with him.”
Walter Trout and Provogue Records / Mascot Label Group present a new Video for “We’re All in This Together,” compiling fan submitted imagery provided from across the world.
Provogue Records releases the first album by The Sleep Eazys, a band with Joe Bonamassa, Anton Fig, Michael Rhodes, Reese Wynans and John Jorgenson. CD out today, Vinyl out on May 15.
The performance schedule was packed on the two days that the ship was at sea, giving fans an opportunity to hear music from breakfast time through the wee hours of the night.