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) and 2021's: "Time Clocks".

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

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Time Clocks spring tour announced
We recently revealed the blues maestro's new album Time Clocks - now the tour. UK dates will commence during late spring 2022 - Tickets on sale now
41 days ago
Has announced new album, "Time Clocks"
The blues-rocker has announced new album, "Time Clocks" for release on 29th October, with lead single The Heart That Never Waits out now. Watch this space for UK dates...
52 days ago
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