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Vintage Guitar’s 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards

Joe Bonamassa was selected as Vintage Guitar’s 2014 Artist of the Year. Here’s what Vintage Guitar had to say about Joe Bonamassa: “The first player to win VG’s “Artist of the Year,” Bonamassa and his guitars were the centerpiece of the June ’14 issue. One of the lucky few who get to gather vintage instruments …

Royal Albert Hall DVD Goes Platinum

Well folks, Christmas this year has arrived early! First we get the great news that Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart’s album “Seesaw” was nominated for a GRAMMY. Earlier this week, Kevin “The Caveman” Shirley posted this picture on his Facebook. Kevin was beside himself to see that the DVD he produced went platinum. That’s right, …

Bonamassa Takes Home Award From Blues Music Awards

The Blues Foundation held the annual 33rd Blues Music Awards on Thursday, May 10th, 2012 in Memphis. Normally the event runs for hours at a time, hosting performances by dozens of musicians. The awards ceremony was broadcasted on Sirius XM satellite radio and will soon be aired nationally on PBS channels. Airing details yet to …

Guitar World’s Top 15 Blues and Roots Rock Albums of 2011

Guitar World Magazine has recently released their listing of the top 15 blues and roots rock albums of the year. Joe Bonamassa is a former winner at Guitar World for various awards. He came in first place this year with his album Dust Bowl. Other finalists in the top 15  included Warren Haynes, Tedeschi Trucks …

Joe Nominated For The The Blues Music Awards

Joe Bonamassa has been nominated for two awards at the 33rd Blues Music Awards on May 10, 2012 in Memphis, TN. The blues awards will be held at the Cook Convention Center. Contemporary Blues Album Don’t Explain – Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa Rock Blues Album Dust Bowl – Joe Bonamassa Best of luck to …

Joe Sweeps Planet Rock

Planet Rock recently released the results of the voting for the best acts, albums, films, and events of the year. Joe and Black Country Communion took a majority of them.   BAND OF THE YEAR:WINNER: BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION The first rule of supergroups is that they must be a crushing disappointment. Black Country Communion obviously …