Joe Bonamassa tour
Updated: 9 February 2015
The acclaimed American guitarist will take to the road in October playing seven concerts around the UK.
Following his March residency in London, Joe Bonamassa will return to the UK to play a nationwide tour. The series of live shows start at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on 21 October and come to a close at the Brighton Centre on 31 October.
Joe Bonamassa – who released Different Shades of Blue in 2014 – will also perform in Liverpool, Leeds, Nottingham, Cardiff, Bournemouth and Brighton. The shows follow on from his residency at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo.
Get ready to hear tracks from Different Shades of Blue along with those from his classic albums such as Driving Towards the Daylight, Dust Bowl and his debut A New Day Yesterday.
Joe Bonamassa UK shows
Updated: 8 July 2014
Joe Bonamassa returns to the UK in 2015 to play four dates at London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo.
The shows will take place on 17, 19, 20, and 21 March 2015 following on from the release of his new studio album, Different Shades of Blue, due to be released on 22 September 2014.
The Hammersmith Eventim Apollo performances will see the American blues and rock musician perform tracks from his new album, Different Shade Of Blue, along with songs from his extensive back catalogue.
About Joe Bonamassa
His signature mix of heavy blues, big rock and textured acoustic tracks sets this guitar virtuoso, vocalist and songwriter apart.
Joe Bonamassa started playing guitar at just four years old and at the age of 12 Bonamassa opened for “The King of Blues” B.B. King. He spent the following years playing in a number of bands before releasing his debut album, A New Day Yesterday.
Bonamassa has since released 15 albums through his label, J&R Adventures. 11 of which went to No.1 on the Billboard Blues Chart. His most recent release, Different Shades of Blue, came in 2014.
Throughout the years Bonamassa went on to play with those he cited as early influencers including Eric Clapton. He has collaborated with a number of artists including Beth Hart who he landed a Grammy Award nomination for Best Blues Album for SeeSaw.