Posts Tagged ‘Joe Bonamassa’

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa: Black Coffee Review

Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa fans need wait only a little while longer for their third studio album Black Coffee. For those who have followed the grammy nominated duo for Don’t Explain and Seesaw, Black Coffee’s highly anticipated January 26th release date will seem much farther away than a number of days.

Most Anticipated Albums of 2018

2018 is set to be another great year in blues rock. Here are some of the most anticipated albums of 2018 in blues rock.

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa release “Give It Everything You Got” video

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa have released a music video for “Give It Everything You Got.” The track is featured on the upcoming album, Black Coffee, available January 26.

Album Releases: January 2018

January’s Album Releases video features new albums from Beth Hart/Joe Bonamassa, Eric Steckel, Tommy Emmanuel, and Tinsley Ellis.

Hart/Bonamassa announce “Black Coffee”

It has been 4 years since Grammy nominated and number 1 Billboard Blues album Seesaw was released by singer-songwriter and blues-rock powerhouse Beth Hart and guitar hero Joe Bonamassa. Since then, they have both been on fire, both in the studio and live. So, the time was perfect to reunite for another collection of ten soul gems that encompass Hart’s […]

Top 5 Guitar Players In The World

Determining the world’s best guitar players is no easy task. With all the talented guitarists out there it’s hard to say someone is the best guitar player in the world. With that said, it is a fun conversation to have, so we gave it a shot. Here are the top 5 modern day guitar players […]

Joe Bonamassa: Sacramento Gig Review

The last time I saw Joe Bonamassa perform live was over four years ago, and since then, his set list has received a complete overhaul. Gone are longtime staples “Sloe Gin,” “Mountain Time,” “The Ballad of John Henry,” etc., in exchange for songs from recent releases like Blues of Desperation and Live at the Greek […]

Joe Bonamassa: Portland Gig Review

On October 5, 2017 the sold out 3,000 seat Arlene Schnitzer concert hall darkened as shadow figures walked onto the stage visible only by their black silhouettes contrasted against the colored lights illuminating the backdrops as Joe Bonamassa’s voice announced that there is a train coming.

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