Fans and critics alike have been asking the big question of two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues king Joe Bonamassa – “Will there be a new album in 2019?”

Today, that question is answered with the announcement of ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘ , a brand new live album from “arguably the world’s biggest blues guitarist” (Guitar World) featuring recordings from his 2016 performance at one of the world’s most legendary venues. This includes previously unreleased versions of tracks from his coveted No. 1 album ‘Blues Of Desperation‘.

As a UNESCO Heritage Monument The Sydney Opera House sits alongside the Great Pyramids Of Egypt, the Great Wall Of China and the Taj Mahal. For those that have the honor to play a venue as sacred as the Opera House, they bring their absolute best to the stage. Bonamassa is no exception to the rule, always rising to the challenge and bringing his A-game, so the praised musician brought with him a band composed of some of today’s best musicians and singers to support him in delivering a masterful concert to be cherished for years to come. This stellar band includes Late Night with David Letterman’s Anton Fig (percussion), Nashville recording legend Michael Rhodes (bass guitar), Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and member of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Reese Wynans (keyboards), Paulie Cerra (sax), and Lee Thornburg (trumpet), with Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, and Gary Pinto on backing vocals.

Now everyone can relive that evening’s celebration with this special release of ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, compiled for a premium listening experience available digitally, CD with beautiful packaging that includes a collector’s booklet, and vinyl 180 Gram Double LP which features the exclusive bonus track ‘Livin’ Easy,’ via Provogue on October 25th.

Bonamassa is one of today’s top live performers and his enthusiastic live shows are one of the biggest parts of his career, and a favorite for music lovers everywhere. ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘ perfectly captures the incredible talents a man who’s toured nearly every city, country, and major venue over the world, perhaps even twice over. Currently, he has just completed his second sold out ‘Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea’ cruise this year,  and is now in preparation to hit stages in Australia and New Zealand in September, with an upcoming third installment of US dates for 2019 this fall. With ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, fans can enjoy Bonamassa’s live talents any time they want, at home or on the way to an upcoming show.

Live At The Sydney Opera House‘ is also Bonamassa’s newest live album, following the 2018 release of ‘British Blues Explosion Live‘, which marked his milestone 20th #1 album, and preceded his latest studio album ‘Redemption‘ that took the blues world by storm later that year, bringing him his 21st #1 album on the blues charts.

In addition to ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, Bonamassa has mentioned a studio album on the horizon. He’s currently in the process of writing new songs, with plans to hit the studio this winter, and as fans can see from his Instagram and extensive ever-growing list of international tour dates, the diehard musician is rarely without a guitar in hand, curating new melodies, solos, and endlessly developing his craft, never ceasing to amaze his listeners.

Line up:
Joe Bonamassa – Guitar and Vocals
Reese Wynans – Keyboards
Anton Fig – Percussion
Michael Rhodes – Bass Guitar
Lee Thornburg – Trumpet
Paulie Cerra – Saxophone
Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, Gary Pinto – Vocals

Track listing:

  1. This Train (Live)
  2. Mountain Climbing (Live)
  3. Drive (Live)
  4. Love Ain’t A Love Song (Live)
  5. How Deep This River Runs (Live)
  6. Mainline Florida (Live)
  7. The Valley Runs Low (Live)
  8. Blues Of Desperation (Live)
  9. No Place For The Lonely (Live)
  10. Livin’ Easy (Live) [Bonus Track]

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Following six sold-out Caribbean cruises and a sold-out inaugural Mediterranean sailing – Joe BonamassaKeeping the Blues Alive Foundation, and Sixthman announce the second annual Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II, sailing August 14-19, 2020 on the beautiful Norwegian Jade from Barcelona, Spain to Genoa, Italy and Cannes, France. Sign up for the pre-sale at https://www.sixthman.net/account/presale/bluesaliveatseaeurope

As with the previous United States-based sailings and the inaugural Mediterranean voyage, the second European cruise will feature music across multiple stages, meet and Greets with artists from the lineup, and one-of-a-kind collaborative sets from blues legends. In addition to non-stop music, the specially curated schedule of events offers a variety of music-centric activities including an activity with Joe Bonamassa. Beyond the onboard experience, guests will have the chance to explore two of the world’s most beautifully renowned cities. Attendees can spend the day at the waterfront town of Cannes famous for sparkling, sandy beaches and lush attractions, and explore the historic streets of Genoa, a remarkable gem of the Italian Riviera. In 2020, Jonny Lang, Walter Trout, Ana Popovic, The James Hunter Six have already been confirmed and many more will be announced to join Joe Bonamassa for the second voyage.

For the best selection of staterooms, fans are encouraged to pre-register for the sailing now at bluesaliveatseaeurope.com as this sailing is expected to sell out. Double occupancy staterooms on Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean II begin at $1,650 per person, plus taxes and fees, with low deposit amounts and flexible payment plans available. For more information about booking your vacation, visit bluesaliveatseaeurope.com or call Sixthman directly at +44 808 164 1488 between the hours of 10AM EST and 6PM EST.

A destination of her own, Norwegian Jade offers guests Norwegian Cruise Line’s signature freedom and flexibility during their vacation. Norwegian Jade features 11 delicious and visually stunning dining options, 15 bars and relaxing lounges, a dazzling casino, tranquil spa and gym, updated design and décor in public spaces and brand-new state of the art features on board cabins.

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Fans and critics alike have been asking the big question of two-time Grammy-nominated blues king Joe Bonamassa – “Will there be a new album in 2019?”

Today, that question is answered with the announcement of ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, a brand new live album from “arguably the world’s biggest blues guitarist” (Guitar World) featuring recordings from his 2016 performance at one of the world’s most legendary venues. This includes previously unreleased versions of tracks from his coveted No. 1 album ‘Blues Of Desperation‘.

As a UNESCO Heritage Monument The Sydney Opera House sits alongside the Great Pyramids Of Egypt, the Great Wall Of China and the Taj Mahal. For those that have the honor to play a venue as sacred as the Opera House, they bring their absolute best to the stage. Bonamassa is no exception to the rule, always rising to the challenge and bringing his A-game, so the praised musician brought with him a band composed of some of today’s best musicians and singers to support him in delivering a masterful concert to be cherished for years to come. This stellar band includes Late Night with David Letterman’s Anton Fig (percussion), Nashville recording legend Michael Rhodes (bass guitar), Rock & Roll Hall of Famer and member of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Reese Wynans (keyboards), Paulie Cerra (sax), and Lee Thornburg (trumpet), with Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, and Gary Pinto on backing vocals.

Now everyone can relive that evening’s celebration with this special release of ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House’, compiled for a premium listening experience available digitally, CD with beautiful packaging that includes a collector’s booklet, and vinyl 180 Gram Double LP which features the exclusive bonus track ‘Livin’ Easy,’ via Provogue on October 25th.

Bonamassa is one of today’s top live performers and his enthusiastic live shows are one of the biggest parts of his career, and a favorite for music lovers everywhere. ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘ perfectly captures the incredible talents a man who’s toured nearly every city, country, and major venue over the world, perhaps even twice over. Currently, he has just completed his second sold out ‘Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea’ cruise this year,  and is now in preparation to hit stages in Australia and New Zealand in September, with an upcoming third installment of US dates for 2019 this fall. With ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, fans can enjoy Bonamassa’s live talents any time they want, at home or on the way to an upcoming show.

Live At The Sydney Opera House‘ is also Bonamassa’s newest live album, following the 2018 release of ‘British Blues Explosion Live‘, which marked his milestone 20th #1 album, and preceded his latest studio album ‘Redemption‘ that took the blues world by storm later that year, bringing him his 21st #1 album on the blues charts.

In addition to ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House‘, Bonamassa has mentioned a studio album on the horizon. He’s currently in the process of writing new songs, with plans to hit the studio this winter, and as fans can see from his Instagram and extensive ever-growing list of international tour dates, the diehard musician is rarely without a guitar in hand, curating new melodies, solos, and endlessly developing his craft, never ceasing to amaze his listeners.

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Line up:
Joe Bonamassa – Guitar and Vocals
Reese Wynans – Keyboards
Anton Fig – Percussion
Michael Rhodes – Bass Guitar
Lee Thornburg – Trumpet
Paulie Cerra – Saxophone
Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, Gary Pinto – Vocals

Track listing:

  1. This Train (Live)
  2. Mountain Climbing (Live)
  3. Drive (Live)
  4. Love Ain’t A Love Song (Live)
  5. How Deep This River Runs (Live)
  6. Mainline Florida (Live)
  7. The Valley Runs Low (Live)
  8. Blues Of Desperation (Live)
  9. No Place For The Lonely (Live)
  10. Livin’ Easy (Live) [Bonus Track]

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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member and world-renowned Nashville-based keyboardist Reese Wynans will be releasing his first-ever solo album ‘Sweet Release‘, a collection of songs honouring a paramount selection of blues-rock legends, on March 1st via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. The long anticipated album comes following a career that’s spanned over 50 years and literally hundreds of historical collaborations. ‘Sweet Release‘ also serves as Joe Bonamassa’s inaugural credit as a producer. Bonamassa has long been a fan of Wynans’ work, urging him to create a solo album and championing the project as producer.

The fact is Reese Wynans is everywhere. For a full half-century, Wynans has been the engine-room behind America’s greatest roots music. With ‘Sweet Release’, this modest legend has delivered the long-awaited solo album that puts his own name top of the bill and places his world-class talent in the spotlight. “I’ve never had an album out with my name on it before,” he considers, “so I’m very excited. I’d like this record to make people feel happy and celebrate the music. Because that’s what we were doing…”

To celebrate the announcement, the first single ‘Crossfire‘, a tribute to the legacy of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Wynans’ work with Double Trouble, is available today as a free song download on Reese and Joe’s websites (reesewynans.com and jbonamassa.com respectively) and it features the iconic Sam Moore of Sam & Dave on vocals. “Playing music with Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble for five years was an outrageous experience. I loved every minute of it,” shares Wynans. “It was a real treat getting to play a couple of our old songs with Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton. When we were writing this, someone said it reminded them of a Sam & Dave groove. Joe suggested we ask Sam Moore to sing it.

Now, ‘Sweet Release‘ feels like a musician coming home. Wynans was already a familiar face at Ocean Way: the Nashville studio where he’d previously added fairy-dust to endless tracks for other artists. And when sessions began for his own solo album, it was a joy to reconnect with the Double Trouble rhythm section of Tommy Shannon (bass) and Chris Layton (drums) – plus modern guitar great Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Meanwhile, Bonamassa lent his own famed guitar skills to SRV moments like ‘Riviera Paradise‘.

Throughout his celebrated career, the one omission on Wynans’ résumé was that this fabled keys man had never released a solo record – until now. ‘Sweet Release‘ is a glorious collision of stellar musicianship, classic material given fresh mojo, and a glittering roll-call of star guests that confirms the deep respect Wynans commands on the scene.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member and world-renowned Nashville-based keyboardist Reese Wynans announces his first-ever solo album ‘Sweet Release‘, a collection of songs honoring a paramount selection of blues-rock legends. The long anticipated album comes following a career that’s spanned over 50 years and literally hundreds of historical collaborations. ‘Sweet Release‘ also serves as Joe Bonamassa’s inaugural credit as a producer. Bonamassa has long been a fan of Wynans’ work, urging him to create a solo album and championing the project as producer. Today, the album is available for pre-order on and available on all major music services and will be in stores on March 1st.

The fact is Reese Wynans is everywhere. For a full half-century, Wynans has been the engine-room behind America’s greatest roots music. With ‘Sweet Release‘, this modest legend has delivered the long-awaited solo album that puts his own name top of the bill and places his world-class talent in the spotlight. “I’ve never had an album out with my name on it before,” he considers, “so I’m very excited. I’d like this record to make people feel happy and celebrate the music. Because that’s what we were doing…

Reese inspires me every day,” Bonamassa professes. “He encouraged me and was the heart and soul of the entire session. All the guest artists performed brilliantly and totally brought their best stuff from the very down beat. It was not lost on Reese nor me how blessed we were to work with such talent. All I know is what I know … I love the man… He is as gracious and a gentleman as he is talented and an icon.

Scan the history books and he’s there on every page:  a vital strand of rock ‘n’ roll DNA, present at a thousand cultural flashpoints. Over the last five decades, you might have found him cutting his teeth with the early nucleus of the Allman Brothers Band or taking the stage with Boz Scaggs. Maybe you remember him bringing on the rise of Outlaw Country in Austin with Jerry Jeff Walker or saving the ’80s blues scene with Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductees Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble or most recently bringing his blues to the people with Joe Bonamassa. Adding his thumbprint on piano and B3, Reese has worked with the likes of Larry Carlton, Delbert McClinton, Los Lonely Boys, Joe Ely, Doug Sahm, Brooks & Dunn, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Hank Williams Jr., Buddy Guy – and many more. Not to mention, his roughly 500 live shows with Willie Nelson, unforgettable performance with Captain Beyond for the ‘Sufficiently Breathless‘ record, and three albums with Carole King.

These songs are windows back into different eras and different times of my career,” explains Wynans. “It’s a collection of the songs I’ve played with musicians in the past, and it shines a light on blues artists that I think need a little bit more recognition.

In the late-’60s, Wynans was playing alongside future blues-rock royalty in Florida up-and-comers, the Second Coming. “Dickey Betts was one of our guitar players and our bass player was Berry Oakley,” he says. “Duane Allman was in Muscle Shoals at the time and would come down on a weekend and sit in with us. For Sweet Release, we covered the old Les Dudek song, “Take The Time”, which reminds me of being back in Jacksonville during the dawn of that Southern rock era.

Other songs salute the ’70s, when the keys man could be found flanking Boz Scaggs as the rising songwriter established his reputation on the West Coast. For Wynans, ‘Sweet Release‘ of Scaggs’ acclaimed catalogue shone brightest, and decades later, it gives ‘Sweet Release‘ its title track.

Of course, the ‘Sweet Release‘ tracklisting wouldn’t be complete without a nod to the great Stevie Ray Vaughan. In 1985, Wynans’ world changed forever when the iconic Texas bluesman drafted him into the Double Trouble band for the era-defining ‘Soul To Soul‘ and ‘In Step‘ albums. “It was unbelievable to play on a stage with those guys,” he remembers. “I have to tell you that I hardly ever heard Stevie play a bad note. He was on his game every single night. The Stevie songs on Sweet Release – “Crossfire”, “Say What!”, “Riviera Paradise” and “Hard To Be” – are our tribute to him.

In 1990, SRV’s tragic death robbed the blues world of an all-time great and Wynans of a cherished friend. But the keys man bravely brushed himself off and walked on, soon becoming one of Nashville’s most in-demand players with credits for headline acts including Lee Roy Parnell, Brooks & Dunn and Hank Williams Jr.

In 2015, the seed of a solo album was planted when post-millennial blues master Joe Bonamassa called up with a tantalizing offer. “He wanted to do a series of shows at Red Rocks where we would feature the music of Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters,” says Wynans. “And y’know, that’s right up my alley. So things went on from there.

Now, ‘Sweet Release‘ feels like a musician coming home. Wynans was already a familiar face at Ocean Way: the Nashville studio where he’d previously added fairy-dust to endless tracks for other artists. And when sessions began for his own solo album, it was a joy to reconnect with the Double Trouble rhythm section of Tommy Shannon (bass) and Chris Layton (drums) – plus modern guitar great Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Meanwhile, Bonamassa lent his own famed guitar skills to SRV moments like “Riviera Paradise”.

To celebrate the announcement, the first single ‘Crossfire‘, a tribute to the legacy of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Wynans’ work with Double Trouble, is available today as a free song download on Reese and Joe’s websites (reesewynans.com and jbonamassa.com respectively) and it features the iconic Sam Moore of Sam & Dave on vocals. “Playing music with Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble for five years was an outrageous experience. I loved every minute of it,” shares Wynans. “It was a real treat getting to play a couple of our old songs with Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton. When we were writing this, someone said it reminded them of a Sam & Dave groove. Joe suggested we ask Sam Moore to sing it.

Throughout his celebrated career, the one omission on Wynans’ résumé was that this fabled keys man had never released a solo record – until now. ‘Sweet Release‘ is a glorious collision of stellar musicianship, classic material given fresh mojo, and a glittering roll-call of star guests that confirms the deep respect Wynans commands on the scene.

 

Following four successful Caribbean voyages—and a fifth sold out for early 2019—Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation, Joe Bonamassa, and Sixthman, in partnership with AEG Presents, are proud to present Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea: Mediterranean, sailing August 16-21, 2019, from Barcelona, Spain to the idyllic ports of call of Monte Carlo, Monaco and Valletta, Malta. Interested Fans are encouraged to pre-register now at bluesaliveatseaeurope.com for the best selection of staterooms during pre-sale.

As with the previous United States-based sailings, the Mediterranean voyage will feature non-stop music across multiple stages as guests immerse themselves in five days filled with extraordinary music and one of-a-kind collaborative sets from many of our talented artists. Joining Joe Bonamassa on the 2019 festival are a robust mix of Blues-Rock powerhouses and amazing emerging talents including Peter Frampton, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Larkin Poe, Eric Bibb, Bernie Marsden, Curtis Harding, Philip Sayce, King King, Ryan McGarvey, Toronzo Cannon, Jerron ‘Blind Boy’ Paxton, Robert Jon & The Wreck, Little Billie and more to be announced soon!

In addition to a plethora of incredible live performances, guests will enjoy a variety of music-centric activities, including one activity each with both Joe Bonamassa and Peter Frampton, plus autograph sessions with select Blues stars and opportunities to jam with fellow cruisers. While docked at our exotic ports, guests can experience the unrivaled glitz and glamour of Monte Carlo and explore the ancient island of Malta to round out the perfect adventure while sailing through paradise aboard Norwegian Pearl.

For the best selection of staterooms, fans are encouraged to pre-register for the sailing now at bluesaliveatseaeurope.com. The Double occupancy staterooms on Keeping The Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean begin at £1,180 per person, plus taxes and fees, with low deposit amounts and flexible payment plans available. For more information about booking your vacation, visit us online at bluesaliveatseaeurope.com or call Sixthman directly at +44 808 164 1488 between the hours of 10AM EST and 11PM GMT.

A destination of her own, the recently renovated Norwegian Pearl offers guests Norwegian Cruise Line’s signature freedom and flexibility during their vacation. Fresh off a dry dock refurbishment where she received enhancements to every part of the onboard experience Norwegian Pearl now features 16 delicious and visually stunning dining options, 15 bars and relaxing lounges, a dazzling casino, tranquil spa and gym, updated design and décor in public spaces and brand-new state of the art features on board cabins.

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Joe Bonamassa just released the music video for his track ‘King Bee Shakedown’ taken from his brand new studio album ‘Redemption‘, which is release by Mascot/ Provogue on Friday 21st September.

Grab your dancing shoes and get ready for the daring and energetic new tune from Bonamassa. ‘King Bee Shakedown,’ recorded on the highly-anticipated new album ‘Redemption‘, is reminiscent of high-energy swing and jump-blues, styles artists like Brian Setzer helped to revive throughout the 80’s. The song is a high-tempo boogie complete with booming backbeats from the drums, blaring horn stabs, a red-hot solo from Joe!

If the stylistic exploration wasn’t courageous enough, Joe decided to play ‘King Bee Shakedown‘ as the opener to the majority of his 2018 live performances. With the fans twisting in their seats and the band having a blast on stage, the decision seemed to pay off as it has quickly become a fan favourite on this leg of Joe’s tour.

Celebrated blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa will return to the legendary Royal Albert Hall in London for three concerts on Wednesday 24th April 2019, Thursday 25th April 2019 and Friday 26th April. The three dates follow his October UK Arena Tour.

A 48-hour ticket pre-sale will start at www.planetrocktickets.co.uk from Wednesday 25th July.  Tickets go on general sale on Friday 27th July from www.jbonamassa.com/tour-dates and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

The three concerts follow the news of Joe’s upcoming studio album ‘Redemption‘ – released on Friday 21st September via Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America.

The Royal Albert Hall shows will feature Joe performing alongside a hand-picked group of world-class musicians playing material from Joe’s forthcoming studio album (released in September 2018), his 2016 milestone album ‘Blues of Desperation‘, plus classic Bonamassa fan favourites.

Joe Bonamassa – Royal Albert Hall Concerts 2019

Book Online: www.planetrocktickets.co.uk, www.jbonamassa.com/tour-dates & www.ticketmaster.co.uk

The Royal Albert Hall, London                    Wednesday 24 April 2019

The Royal Albert Hall, London                    Thursday 25 April 2019

The Royal Albert Hall, London                    Friday 26 April 2019

Joe Bonamassa – October 2018 UK Tour
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Plymouth Pavilions                                         Thursday 11 October 2018

Nottingham Motorpoint Arena                 Friday 12 October 2018

Bournemouth International Centre         Saturday 13 October 2018

Two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock titan Joe Bonamassa returns with a brand new studio album, ‘Redemption‘, which will be released on 21st September 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America.

Redemption‘, Bonamassa’s 13th solo studio album and third in a row of all original material, sees him at his most ambitious and diverse as he continues to redefine and push the barriers of blues-rock. It features a collection of 12 exhilarating songs that reflect the re-birth that he is currently going through. “I’m going through some other stuff in my life I didn’t expect to be going through. It’s a rising, it’s contrition, it’s acceptance, it’s everything. It’s painful, but knowing that there’s a rising coming,” he explains.

The album reunites Bonamassa with some of Nashville’s finest music minds such as Tom Hambridge, James House, Gary Nicholson as well as Richard Page, Dion Dimucci and continues his long creative relationship with Kevin Shirley. “From a Producer’s perspective, this is far and away the most challenging and diverse album that Joe has ever made, “says Shirley

The album was recorded at various locations including, Blackbird Studios, Nashville TN, The Cave Australia, Sydney OZ, Studio At The Palms, Las Vegas NV, Criteria Hit Factory, Miami FL and Addiction Sound Studios, Nashville TN. It was once again recorded with a remarkable collection of musicians including; drummer Anton Fig, bassist Michael Rhodes, keyboardist Reese Wynans, horn players Lee Thornburg and Paulie Cerra, harmony vocalist Gary Pinto, background singers Mahalia Barnes, Jade McRae, Juanita Tippins and Kevin Shirley introduced two extra guitar players, Kenny Greenberg and Doug Lancio. “It was interesting, because having two extra guitar players involved, allowed me to play a certain way,” Bonamassa adds.

Joe Bonamassa – Fall 2018 European & UK Tour

TICKETS VIA – https://jbonamassa.com/tour-dates/

22-Sep-18            Helsingin Jäähalli Helsinki Finland

24-Sep-18            Hovet Stockholm Sweden

26-Sep-18            Lisebergshallen Goteborg Sweden

28-Sep-18            Oslo Spektrum Oslo Norway

29-Sep-18            Operaen København Denmark

01-Oct-18            Stadthalle Rostock Rostock Germany

02-Oct-18            König-Pilsener-Arena Oberhausen Germany

03-Oct-18            SAP Arena Mannheim Germany

05-Oct-18            Esperantohalle Fulda Germany

06-Oct-18            Rittal Arena Wetzlar Wetzlar Germany

08-Oct-18            Ratiopharm Arena Neu-Ulm Germany

11-Oct-18            Plymouth Pavilions Plymouth United Kingdom

12-Oct-18            Motorpoint Arena Nottingham United Kingdom

13-Oct-18            Bournemouth International Centre Bournemouth United Kingdom

In anticipation of his upcoming live album ‘British Blues Explosion Live‘ blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa released the video to ‘Spanish Boots.  The two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues rock guitar icon will release of ‘British Blues Explosion Live‘ on Friday 18th May on CD/DVD/Blu-Ray & 3LP (Black / Red, White & Blue) via Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America.

A Salute to the British Blues Explosion, featuring the unbelievable music of Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page! Joe pays tribute to his British Blues heroes during a short but very sweet tour of Britain – 5 performances only. This show was recorded at Greenwich Music Time at The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London on July 7, 2016.

Joe will return to the UK in October to perform three arena concerts.

Before the October concerts, Joe plays the prestigious Hampton Court Palace Festival on Tuesday 12th June 2018.

Joe Bonamassa October 2018 UK Tour
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Plymouth Pavilions                             Thursday 11 October

Nottingham Motorpoint Arena                      Friday 12 October

Bournemouth International Centre   Saturday 13 October

Hampton Court Palace Festival 2018

Tickets: https://hamptoncourtpalacefestival.com/artists/joe-bonamassa

London, Hampton Court Palace                     Tuesday 12 June