Posts Tagged joe bonamassa
April 26, 2013 | 2 Comments
Why does Steve Roux think leading a trio is like being of stage “…with your tackle out.”? Why did Billy Boy Miskimmin commute from Australia to London to play harmonica? Who destroyed Tommy Johnson’s new headstone? How did Paul Long manage to see four Joe Bonamassa concerts in a week? What happened when Norman Beaker […]
June 2, 2010 | 3 Comments
Due to popular demand, and straight off the back of a sold-out London Hammersmith Apollo concert in front of 5,000 people, critically acclaimed blues rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa will embark on a nationwide UK tour in October.
Here’s an online exclusive – an archive interview with Joe from issue #83 in November 2008. Asking the questions – Trevor Hodgett.
November 4, 2008 | Leave a comment
A rising star in the blues-rock world, guitarist and singer Joe Bonamassa is back in the UK, playing at large venues. His latest album is called Live From Nowhere In Particular and is rather good. Trevor Hodgett has interviewed Joe and written about it for Blues In Britain. Ian McLagan knows a thing about stardom. […]