Joe Bonamassa is a legend. Guitarist Magazine calls him ‘The New King of Blues’, Plabet Rock named him, ‘Best Worldwide Solo Artist’.
In 1989, at the age of 12, he opened for B.B. King. Back then he was known as Smoking Joe Bonamassa. He and his band played clubs around his hometown but only on the weekends because his mum didn’t let him play on school nights.
More recently, in Joe’s ‘Salute to British Blues Explosion’, a tribute to Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck, critics were simply blown away.
Bristol Post: “…has to be heard and seen to be believed”.
Lancashire Telegraph: “Joe Bonamassa left grown men open-mouthed.”
The Star: “Electrifying brilliance!”
The Sunday Mail: “A masterclass in how exciting a blues show can be”.
Joe Bonamassa Aberdeen
On the 13th of March, 2018, Joe Bonamassa is bringing his smoking talent to Aberdeen Exhibition Centre. If you are within travelling distance and you love the blues, there is nowhere else you should be on that night than watching Joe Bonamassa live in concert. It is an experience you will never forget.