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Joe Bonamassa Bio

The story of Joe Bonamassa is one of dreams realized. Bonamassa grew up idolizing blues-rock superstars like Eric Clapton and Rory Gallagher. Now, more than a quarter-century into his own career as a musician, Bonamassa has earned the right to be counted among his heroes as one of blues-rock’s most important and enduring talents. Joe Bonamassa tickets sell out fast on both sides of the Atlantic, and Bonamassa’s albums routinely perform well on the Billboard blues charts.

Of course, getting to this level wasn’t easy for Bonamassa. He’s been working his way up by touring and recording since he was a preteen. Joe Bonamassa’s success is a testament to his work ethic, talent, and distinctive British blues-influenced playing style.

Joe Bonamassa was born on May 8, 1977. He’s from New Hartford, New York, a small town in Upstate New York. Right from the start, it was clear that Bonamassa’s life would be tied up in the blues: he got his first exposure to blues music through his father at a very early age. Bonamassa’s father was a dedicated musician and music fan, and he often played blues-rock records. Those albums, especially the ones from British blues-rock acts, would deeply influence his young son.

The younger Bonamassa picked up his first guitar when he was just four years old. Joe played constantly, taking to the instrument when he was still incredibly young. In between practice sessions, he listened to the records that his father had introduced him to. Bonamassa was particularly drawn to the blues-rock records from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. He listened to a lot of Eric Clapton, including Clapton’s solo work and his time with bands like Cream, Blind Faith, and John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers. Bonamassa was also a fan of the music of Irish blues-rock legend Rory Gallagher. While Bonamassa’s friends were listening to the hard rock and hair metal bands that rose to popularity in the 80s, Bonamassa was still focused on the blues-rock sound that had defined 60s and 70s rock and roll for so many fans. And the more he listened to those records, the more Bonamassa’s own guitar playing started to sound like that of his heroes.

It didn’t take long for Bonamassa to begin playing in public. The first Joe Bonamassa tickets were sold when Bonamassa was still just a pre-teen. At just 12 years old, Bonamassa founded a blues-rock group called Smokin' Joe Bonamassa. The group began to play gigs around Upstate New York, Western New York, and Pennsylvania. It was a unique childhood for the future blues star: Bonamassa went to school on weekdays before heading out on tour on the weekends.

Bonamassa may have been young, but his band was no gimmick. They were a serious blues-rock outfit, and they drew serious attention. When Bonamassa was still just 12 years old, he opened for blues legend B.B. King. King was more than 50 years older than Bonamassa, but audiences could see that Bonamassa had the same talent and passion for the blues that the legend himself did. Bonamassa even had a guitar with a name, just like B.B. – Bonamassa’s was a 1972 Fender Stratocaster named “Rosie,” which his father had purchased in Upstate New York.

By the time he was 18, Bonamassa had his first record deal. But he didn’t sign on as a solo artist: instead, Bonamassa made his first record as a member of the band Bloodline. Bloodline’s other members were the sons of famous rock, blues and jazz musicians: Miles Davis’ son Erin Davis, Robby Krieger's son Waylon Krieger, and Berry Oakley’s son Berry Oakley Jr. were all members of the group. Bonamassa was the only main member without famous parents, but he fit in just fine thanks to his talent for guitar. The group released a self-titled album in 1994 and toured with Lynyrd Skynyrd and Tesla before calling it quits.

Bloodline may not have lasted, but it helped establish Bonamassa as one of the rock world’s most exciting guitarists. Bonamassa was the clear star of the group, and when Bloodline disintegrated, he was soon able to secure a recording deal as a solo artist. Soon, Bonamassa had his first album, A New Day Yesterday(2000). The album’s title was a reference to a Jethro Tull song, and it emphasized Bonamassa’s chosen style: Bonamassa was making new music in an old way. His style was clearly influenced by the past masters, and he even included covers of songs by vintage blues-rock masters like Rory Gallagher.

Following the release of A New Day Yesterday, Bonamassa went out on tour, giving fans the chance to see his legendary live show. Fans that couldn’t get their hands on Joe Bonamassa tickets had the chance to hear the live music in 2002, when Bonamassa released a live recording called A New Day Yesterday Live. He released a second studio album, So, It’s Like That, that same year.

A New Day Yesterday had cracked the top 10 on the Billboard blues album charts, but So, It’s Like That was even more popular. So, It’s Like That took the number one spot on the blues charts, a feat that Bonamassa would repeat several more times in later years. You & Me (2006), Sloe Gin (2007), Live from Nowhere in Particular (2008), and The Ballad of John Henry (2009) all topped the blues charts as well.

By 2009, Bonamassa was a blues-rock superstar. During his 2009 European tour, he got to perform with his childhood idol, Eric Clapton, at Royal Albert Hall in London. Fans with Joe Bonamassa tickets that night got two blues legends for the price of one.

In the 2010s, Bonamassa began collaborating with singer Beth Hart. After Hart contributed vocals to a track from Bonamassa’s 2011 album Dust Bowl, the two worked together on two co-credited studio albums: Don’t Explain (2011) and Seesaw (2013).

Today, Bonamassa is known as one of the greatest guitarists working in the blues-rock genre. His hit studio albums and legendary live performances have earned him a dedicated fan base in the U.S., the U.K., and beyond.

Top 3 Joe Bonamassa Tracks:

Slow Train
Happier Times
Dislocated Boy

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$7.00 Joe Bonamassa — 04/30/2015
Comerica Theatre; Phoenix, AZ
$24.00 Joe Bonamassa — 11/14/2017
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts; Burlington, VT
$25.00 Joe Bonamassa — 11/17/2017
Springfield Symphony Hall; Springfield, MA
$30.00 Joe Bonamassa — 12/04/2015
Ruth Eckerd Hall; Clearwater, FL
$33.00 Joe Bonamassa — 11/17/2015
Louisville Palace; Louisville, KY
$41.00 Joe Bonamassa — 10/22/2017
The Colosseum At Caesars Palace; Las Vegas, NV
$41.00 Joe Bonamassa — 12/05/2015
Ruth Eckerd Hall; Clearwater, FL
$43.00 Joe Bonamassa — 11/28/2017
Old National Events Plaza; Evansville, IN
$50.00 Joe Bonamassa — 01/24/2015
Radio City Music Hall; New York, NY
$53.00 Joe Bonamassa — 08/22/2015
Shoreline Amphitheatre; Mountain View, CA

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$500.00Joe Bonamassa — 11/30/2017
Walton Arts Center - Baum Walker Hall; Fayetteville, AR
$358.00Joe Bonamassa — 05/20/2016
Tropicana Casino; Atlantic City, NJ
$313.00Joe Bonamassa — 08/27/2017
Riverside Theatre; Milwaukee, WI
$310.00Joe Bonamassa — 04/10/2015
Place Des Arts; Montreal, PQ
$269.00Joe Bonamassa — 08/26/2015
Humphreys Concerts By the Bay; San Diego, CA
$250.70Joe Bonamassa — 09/27/2017
Thunder Bay Community Theater; Thunder Bay, ON
$244.00Joe Bonamassa — 11/09/2015
The Grand Opera House; Wilmington, DE
$241.00Joe Bonamassa — 02/27/2015
Stadthalle Bremerhaven; Bremerhaven, Bremen
$240.00Joe Bonamassa — 10/02/2017
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium; Edmonton, AB
$238.00Joe Bonamassa — 05/12/2016
Resch Center; Green Bay, WI