Tag Archives: Joe Bonamassa

New Videos & More UK Shows from Bonamassa

Ahead of his upcoming British Blues Explosion Live album to be released on 18th May, Grammy-nominated blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa has just released a video featuring the song ‘Plynth (Water Down The Drain)’ while announcing further UK concerts for later in the year. Bonamassa’s appearance at the London, Hampton Court Palace Festival  on Tuesday 12th June has  long since ...

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Joe Bonamassa – Friday 16th March, Genting Arena, Birmingham

Lights go down a harmonica howls loud and an old blues number makes out like its speeding down a train track as from my vantage point I see Joe Bonamassa and his band, led by torches, walk a small flight of stairs and take up their positions on stage. Across the raised backline drummer Anton Fig on drums is shouldered ...

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British Blues Explosion Live with Joe Bonamassa

Just a few days into his current UK tour and Grammy –nominated blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa has announced the release of British Blues Explosion Live featuring songs made famous by that holy trinity of British rock guitarists (and former Yardbirds) Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page, among others. British Blues Explosion Live  will be available from Friday 18th May on CD/DVD/Blu-Ray & 3LP ...

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New Black Country Communion Video – The Cove

Setting the bar high for all other major live bands this year, following their storming UK shows in January, Black Country Communion, have released a brand new video for ‘The Cove’, that appears on their latest album album, BCCIV, available through Mascot Records. Following a several year hiatus Anglo-American rock supergroup Black Country Communion returned with all founding members intact: Vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Trapeze), ...

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Black Country Communion – Wolverhampton Civic Hall, January 2nd 2018

I can trace my Black Country roots back to the 15th century. It’s not so much in pride as defence I declare this to a woman from West Bromwich who’s got a thing against “Brummies”.  In fact it’s incredibly territorial in Wolverhampton tonight, there’s a tall bloke proclaiming loudly: “He’s one of us and comes from Cannock!” That Glenn Hughes ...

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Black Country Communion – BCCIV

Time waits for no man it knows things go round in circles. Wait long enough and those missed opportunities might not feel like lost causes any more. In the entertainment business if you wear yourself ragged, stopping having hits films, records or books but stash enough away to hideaway out in oblivion the call may come in redefining you as ...

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The Making of Black Country Communion’s BCCIV

With only two UK concerts planned for 2018 and their first album in five years not due until 22nd September Black Country Communion fans might well be craving greater musical satisfaction. While we can’t do anything to gratify your aural senses we can hopefully help let you know the band’s return should be worth the wait. Black Country Communion are ...

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Black Country Communion announce new album ‘BCCIV’

Black Country Communion have announced they will play two exclusive concerts in Europe in January 2018 to support the release of their forthcoming new album BCCIV due on Friday 22nd September, with ‘Collide’ the first single taken from it alongside a music video just released. The band will hit the Black Country to play Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Tuesday 2nd January and then take the ...

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Joe Bonamassa…Seven 2018 UK Dates

Following the success of this year’s UK tour where he played two concerts of the Royal Albert Hal, blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa has announced a new seven date UK tour for next March. Following his recent Live At Carnegie Hall – An Acoustic Evening DVD and CD, the 2018 tour will feature Bonamassa in a return to electric guitar ...

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Joe Bonamassa – Live At The Greek Theatre

In ancient times kings established their hegemony by claiming that their divine right to rule came direct from their ancestors, the gods. By the middle ages, detailed family trees were being outlined to establish pecking orders as a rationale to explain why some duke or other was going off to kill his cousin and take his rightful place on a ...

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