Joe Bonamassa
today at 00:09. Facebook
Honored to be on the session with one of my heroes:
The great Walter Trout
Joe Bonamassa
yesterday at 19:39. Facebook
Matching set of 1960 models. One Fender Telecaster and One Esquire. Guitars and amplifiers Courtesy of the "Nerdville Museum of Oddities and Bespoke Coffee Crafters"
Joe Bonamassa
03/20/2017 at 14:34. Facebook
Joe Bonamassa
03/21/2017 at 15:31. Facebook
I figure it's been a minute since folks heard a Fender Jazzmaster not plugged into 300 effects pedals at once. This is kinda what they sound like with a cable and a little Reverb courtesy of a 1963 Vibroverb.
Joe Bonamassa
03/20/2017 at 22:32. Facebook
Click to watch an incredible video of the legendary blues harmonica virtuoso, the late James Cotton, playing the song 'Angel of Mercy / Blues in My Sleep'.

Joe Bonamassa pays Tribute to the late James Cotton on Monday Night Blues

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Joe Bonamassa
03/20/2017 at 14:11. Facebook
The end of what has been affectionately known as "The Tour That Tried to Kill Joe B". Thank you to all the great fans! It's an honor as always.
Joe Bonamassa
03/19/2017 at 23:53. Facebook
Find out everything about Rory's iconic Fender Stratocaster in this new post from the Official Joe Bonamassa Blues Blog

Rory Gallagher: At One with his Strat - JB Blog

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Joe Bonamassa
03/19/2017 at 22:31. Facebook
Celestion JB-85s Mach 2z installed and ready for an eighty watt thrashing.
Joe Bonamassa
03/19/2017 at 03:57. Facebook
Wow.... Chuck Berry... Rest In Peace.. Greatest of all time.
Joe Bonamassa
03/18/2017 at 22:44. Facebook
Mr. Black & Magellan hanging out for the first time ever. Interesting enough, there was only about $100 dollars difference in price back in 58 and 59 between the two guitars. The black guitar being the flagship model at $365 list and the Standard being $265
These days... a much different story.
Joe Bonamassa
03/18/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
Joe Bonamassa
03/17/2017 at 22:27. Facebook
Joe Bonamassa
03/17/2017 at 14:31. Facebook
Rest In Peace, James Cotton. One the best that ever was. On a personal note: Thank you for letting an 11 year old onstage 29 years ago. I hope that kid did you proud over the years. Here I am with James Cotton getting ready to overplay "Sweet Home Chicago" in the Spring of '88
Joe Bonamassa
03/16/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
Pretty fun salesman's sample from the 70's. These were given to dealers to display showing off the internals of the tilt neck adjustment that Fender was promoting at the time.
Joe Bonamassa
03/16/2017 at 14:04. Facebook
Some dressing rooms have better tone than others. This one seems to channel that early ZZ Top's kinda thing. My ode to the Righteous Reverend of Scorch!
Safety First when in the jump seat on a tour bus
Click here to be floored by an incredibly intense video of Irish blues rocker Rory Gallagher playing his ferocious song 'Do You Read Me.'

Kiss Me, I'm Irish Blues! Rory Gallagher Stuns for St. Patrick's Day

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