Joe Bonamassa Morrison’s Concert & Tour History
One of the world’s greatest guitarists, Joe Bonamassa will be reaching Morrison to play at the Muddy Wolf Tribute in the honor of blues legend, Howlin’ Wolf and Muddy Waters. Catch him performing live at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre as he reaches your city by getting Joe Bonamassa Morrison tickets in advance. Bonamassa is a blues rock artist who has been actively playing since 1989. He is considered a guitar genius whose musical career had a great kick-start. He opened for the legend B.B. King when he was just twelve years old and since then he has been recording and performing onstage, gaining considerable success. Bonamassa tours extensively and plays around 200 shows.
Catch guitar genius Joe Bonamassa live in Morrison by getting your hands on Joe Bonamassa Morrison tickets without any delay. Bonamassa will be reaching Red Rocks Amphitheatre to pay tribute to two of the best blues musicians. Do not miss out on the Muddy Wolf Tribute in the honor of the legendary bluesman Howlin’ Wolf and ‘the father of modern Chicago blues,’ Muddy Waters.
Bonamassa is one of the greatest guitarists alive. Born in 1977 in New Hartford, he belongs to a musical family and was interested in playing guitar since the age of four. This was when he first saw Stevie Ray Vaughan who along with Jimi Hendrix is one of Bonamassa’s favorites. Unlike his grandfather and great-grandfather, he chose guitar and could copy the guitar riffs of any musician. By the time he was twelve, he had honed his skills enough that he opened for B.B. King. He has been part of a number of bands including Bloodline, Rock Candy Funky Party and Black Country Communion and has shared stage with many iconic singers like Eric Clapton, Jason Bonham and Vince Gill.
He has released ten studio albums out of which seven have peaked at number one on the US Blues chart. He collaborated with Beth Hart on two albums, “Don’t Explain” in 2011 and “Seesaw” in 2013. He has also released six live album and three video albums in his career spanning 23 years. Bonamassa tours extensively and does around 200 shows in a year.