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Joe Bonamassa

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Blues-rock superstar Joe Bonamassa is one of the most celebrated performing musicians today. A threetime GRAMMY nominee, Bonamassa earned his 25th No. 1 on the Billboard Blues Album Chart with his latest studio album Time Clocks. Now, Bonamassa is gearing up to release Tales Of Time, a sprawling and expansive live concert film and album, shot at the breathtaking Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado in August 2022. Joe’s been featured in publications like The Wall Street Journal, Esquire, Rolling Stone, American Songwriter and Parade, as well as on the covers of Guitar World, Guitar Player, Vintage Guitar, Acoustic Guitar and Classic Rock Magazine.

Only in his mid-40s, Bonamassa has become a living legend with an astounding multi-genre catalog. Collectively, Bonamassa has released more than 40 albums including studio and live recordings, collaborative albums with blues sensation Beth Hart, and his adventurous side projects: Black Country Communion and Rock Candy Funk Party. A prolific writer who’s always on the hunt to expand his eclectic musical horizons, Bonamassa has a limitless work ethic whether it’s in the studio, on the road, or working with other artists to spur new music. As a producer, he’s helped create career-defining albums for a wide range of artists, including ‘Crown’ by the blues legend Eric Gales. The album was nominated for “Best Contemporary Blues Album” at the 2023 GRAMMY Awards and “Best Blues Rock Album” at the Blues Music Awards, and the lead single “I Want My Crown” was nominated for “Song of the Year.” “Blues Without You” by Larry McCray was also nominated for “Best Contemporary Blues Album” at the BMAs.The New York state native opened for B.B. King when he was only 12 years old and has since played alongside artists like Eric Clapton, Stephen Stills, John Lee Hooker, Warren Haynes, Steve Winwood, Peter Frampton and Buddy Guy, among others. B.B. King might not have guessed it at the time, but that12-year-old prodigy would go on to become an industry powerhouse.