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349 documents for Joe Bonamassa
  • Thirteen years ago, blues-rock master Joe Bonamassa felt the pain of performing in Roanoke. On Friday night, he felt victorious.

  • By any measure, Joe Bonamassa is a seasoned performer. On March 22, he released his 10th album, "Dust Bowl." In a career that spans 22 years, he's played concerts around the world, and shared stages with B.B. King, Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy. But here's the thing about Bonamassa, who plays Sunday at the Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland: He doesn't turn 34 until next month. He started performing when he was just 12, before he was in junior high school. It's natural to assume that he made a few sacrifices, didn't have a typical childhood.

  • Not yet 40 years old, [Joe Bonamassa] has an astounding 16 al- bums under his belt, citing a fondness for an "English interpreta- tion" of blues. But American bluesmen informed Bonamassa's early style as well: At the age of 12, he opened for B.B.

  • SPECIALS PM, 17, Joe Bonamassa: Tour de Force - Live in London: Highlights from the musician's performances at Royal Albert Hall and Hammersmith Apollo. (G)

  • Blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa isn't a Daytonian, but it would be easy to mistake the upstate New Yorker for one, as frequently as his electrifying trio has performed in the area since his solo debut, A New Day Yesterday, was released in 2000. "We're making Gilly's an annual event, which is cool," said Bonamassa, who returns to the club Sunday. "We're doing two shows this time because I think we've sold it out six straight times. They'll be two different shows, so if people want to come see both, they'll actually see different shows. I'm excited. I really like Dayton; it's a cool town. The California transplant's four studio albums have been well- received critically, but he really made his name with his incendiary live shows and relentless touring. This summer alone, Bonamassa has tour...

  • DEERFIELD, Fla., Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Award-winning blues- rock artist, guitar hero and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa will host a Keeping The Blues Alive session in Albany, NY at the Palace Theatre on Wednesday, November 9. Keeping The Blues Alive 501(c) is a nonprofit organization founded by Bonamassa aimed at promoting and preserving the heritage of blues music. Through regularly scheduled events, Keeping The Blues Alive will help to create awareness about the blues and its impact on our culture, while educating and empowering the next generation of youth. Bonamassa will donate his time throughout select cities on his U.S. tour to an hour long, educational, entertaining, and inspiring lecture for students aged 13-21. As Keeping The Blues Alive expands, its goal will include ...

  • Blues-rock guitarist and singer Joe Bonamassa has no problem staying busy. In just the past three years, he has done hard rock (Black Country Communion), instrumental jazz-rock (Rock Candy Funk Party) and old-school R&B and soul (with singer Beth Hart).

  • Joe Bonamassa's second Topeka Performing Arts Concert performance in less than two years will offer a double dose of the blues-rock guitar king. Dubbed "Bonamassa Opens for Bonamassa," the concert at 8 p.m. Wednesday in TPAC, 214 S.E. 8th, will feature an opening acoustic set by Bonamassa fronting one band followed by an electrified one with a different cadre of sidemen.

  • A performance by county music mainstay Hank Williams Jr. is just one of the concert options available to Tri-State residents in May. Williams, known for such hits as "A Country Boy Can Survive" and his long-standing introduction to "Monday Night Football" - a reworking of his classic "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight" - will play the Ford Center on May 11. Other May shows include hard-rockers Godsmack and Staind at the Ford Center on Sunday; blues-rock guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa at The Centre on Monday; and the LoCash Cowboys at Stoney's on May 25.

  • KETTERING -- Blues fans are crazy. Or at least fans of blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa are crazy.

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