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Every decade or so, one truly exceptional blues guitarist seems to rise and outshine the competition. Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Kenny Wayne Shepherd are a few examples. Guitar prodigy Joe Bonamassa, however, is the artist who is really carrying the flag for this generation of blues guitarists. Discovered by B.B. King, and then signed by Epic Records at a young age, Joe has been recording and touring almost nonstop for the last sixteen years. In addition to his solo work, in 2009 Joe undertook a side-project, teaming up with veteran rocker Glenn Hughes, keyboardist Derek Sherinian, and drummer Jason Bonham to form the supergroup Black Country Communion. The band toured and released three albums, amassing a loyal fanbase before breaking up in 2013. It was recently announced, however, that the band will reunite in 2017 and release a fourth album.
Joe is touring in 2017 with dates announced from February through May. He kicks off the year with 6 dates in Florida, opening Feb 13th in Fort Myers. Other notable stops include: Savannah, GA, Feb 25, Hershey, PA Feb 28, Pittsburgh March 2-3, National Harbor, MD March 4, Minneapolis, MN March 17-18. Joe is overseas in May for a European leg.
Recently at a concert in Tulsa, Joe intervened in a dispute between a fan and a security guard. Joe felt that the bouncer was getting too rough and tapped him on the head with his guitar from onstage. Joe posted a picture of the incident on his Twitter page, with a reminder to the bouncer not to "…ever put hands on my fans again."
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