Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa is a renowned American blues singer and guitarist who cites British blues musicians as a major influence.

His debut album was released in 2000, entitled 'A New Day Yesterday', followed by "So, It's Like That" (2002), "Blues Deluxe" (2003), "Had to Cry Today" (2004), "You & Me" (2006), "Sloe Gin" (2007), "The Ballad of John Henry" (2009), "Black Rock" (2010), "Dust Bowl" (2011), "Driving Towards the Daylight (2012 - which hit number 2 in the UK album charts), "Different Shades of Blue", "Blues of Desperation" (2016), "Redemption" (2018), "Royal Tea" (2020), "Time Clocks" (2021), plus 2023's: "Blues Deluxe Vol. 2".

He has also co-formed the rock supergroup Black Country Communion with Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian.

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Basingstoke show announced
Proof that the celebrated million-selling blues-rocker doesn't just play arenas, Joe B will play an intimate date in the Hampshire town's The Anvil venue in June as well as this year's Black Deer Festival - Tickets on sale now - #BluesGuitar
32 days ago
The Anvil/ The Forge