Joe Bonamassa announces dates for 2018 North American tour
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Few artists can claim that they’ve worked with some of the best in the music business. This is not the case with Joe Bonamassa.

Bonamassa’s blues guitar has seared with the likes of Steve Winwood, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton, and Foreigner; and, believe it or not, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Rather than dabble in the acts that Bonamassa has had the joy to perform with (which could be an article all by itself), let's spend a second talking about the man himself, who is quite legendary on his own accord.

The first time anyone had heard of Bonamassa was in 1989, when, before his 18th birthday, he opened for the great B.B. King on his 20-show tour. Right out of the gate, Bonamassa was working with the giants of music, and his debut LP, 2000’s A New Day Yesterday, was very well received.

10 years later, Bonamassa is still at the top of his game, which was proven with the release of Black Coffee in January. Teaming up with Beth Hart, Black Coffee is a must for anyone who is a fan of blues and soul. To keep the momentum going, Bonamassa will be hitting the road this fall, visiting cities all over America and Canada to bring fans a personal taste of his organic and mesmerizing songcraft.

Keep in mind that all dates and venues are subject to change.

Aug. 5 -- Morrison, CO -- Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Click here for tickets)  
Oct. 26 & 27 -- Buffalo, NY -- Shea’s Pac
Oct. 29 -- Quebec City, QC -- Grand Theatre
Oct. 31 -- Ottawa, ON -- Canadian Tire Centre
Nov. 2 & 3 -- Toronto, ON -- Sony Centre
Nov. 4 -- London, ON, Canada -- Budweiser Gardens
Nov. 6 -- Fort Wayne, IN -- Embassy Theatre
Nov. 7 -- Columbus, OH -- Palace Theatre
Nov. 9 -- Indianapolis, IN -- Murat Theatre
Nov. 10 -- St. Louis, MO -- Peabody Opera House
Nov. 12 -- Cincinnati, OH -- Taft Theatre
Nov. 13 -- Louisville, KY -- Palace Theatre
Nov. 16 -- Tulsa, OK -- Brady Theatre
Nov. 17 -- Grand Prairie, TX -- Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie (Click here for tickets)
Nov. 20 -- Tucson, AZ -- Tucson Music Hall
Nov. 21 -- Riverside, CA -- Fox Performing Arts Center
Nov. 23 -- Long Beach, CA -- Terrace Theatre
Nov. 24 -- Reno, NV -- Reno Events Center
Nov. 25 -- Stockton, CA -- Bob Hope Theatre
Nov. 27 -- Portland, OR -- Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Nov. 29-30 & Dec. 1 -- Vancouver, BC -- Queen Elizabeth Theatre