Joe Bonamassa Tulsa Tickets
Joe Bonamassa is hailed as one of the best blues guitarists in the world. He is an accomplished singer and songwriter as well. Beginning his career in 2000 with his debut album A New Day Yesterday, Bonamassa has released over fifteen solo albums so far. His albums have topped blues charts worldwide. The Grammy Awards-nominee has listed Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Steve Ray Vaughan, among others, as his musical inspirations. Opening for B. B. King at the age of twelve, Bonamassa claimed his right to fame. He founded the non-profit Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation and oversees its running. The Foundation funds and promotes the blues heritage for the next generation. So get Joe Bonamassa Tulsa tickets and enjoy the blues singer rock the night.
At the age of four, Joe Bonamassa heard Steve Ray Vaughan playing on the radio and found his first inspiration towards music. He used to dream about playing like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Steve Ray Vaughan someday. By the time Bonamassa turned teenager, he was a guitarist. His first step to fame was when he opened up for B. B. King in 1989. Unlike traditional blues-guitarist, Bonamassa has credited the ‘columbine’ artists like Jeff Beck Group, Eric Clapton, Jethro Tull and many others, to be his inspirations. He named his debut solo album after Jethro Tull’s “A New Day Yesterday” from their album Stand Up. The album also included a cover version of the same song.
So far, Joe Bonamassa has released ten studio albums, eleven live albums and two collaboration albums. His album Seesaw was nominated in the Grammy Awards for “Best Blues Album.” Nine of his albums have topped the US Blues and Top Blues chart and the rest have made their spot in the top ten. His eleventh studio album Different Shades of Blue is a thank-you note from Bonamassa to all his fans. For their support and love through his career, Bonamassa’s new album features completely original material. So grab the Joe Bonamassa Tulsa tickets and listen to the blues rocker.