Music: Joe Bonamassa

Guitarist/singer Joe Bonamassa says his new DVD/album, Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks, captures a concert that will always stand out as a highlight of his musical life.

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click to enlarge Joe Bonamassa says his first headlining show at legendary Colorado venue Red Rocks — which drew nearly 10,000 people — was a victory, not just for him but also for the Blues in general.
Joe Bonamassa says his first headlining show at legendary Colorado venue Red Rocks — which drew nearly 10,000 people — was a victory, not just for him but also for the Blues in general.

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uitarist/singer Joe Bonamassa says his new DVD/album, Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks, captures a concert that will always stand out as a highlight of his musical life. 

Some of his memories involve the sheer enjoyment Bonamassa got from playing with the all-star band he assembled for the show last summer. But what also stood out about the Red Rocks performance — the first time the bluesman had played that spectacular outdoor Colorado amphitheater near Denver — was what the show meant for Blues as a genre. Read a full interview with Joe Bonamassa here.


Joe Bonamassa

 plays Kettering, Ohio’s Fraze Pavilion Saturday. Tickets/more info: fraze.com.



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