I had a lot of fun chatting with Joe Bonamassa! I had never spoken with him before, and he was refreshingly down to earth and very funny.
He's doing a really cool event this Sunday, Sept. 20 - a virtual pay-per-view concert live from the legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville! The show will help raise money for the Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation and Joe's Fueling Musicians Program.
I don't know about you, but I so miss going to concerts! Here's an opportunity to see Joe perform live, and we have can all have a front-row seat!
You can find out more and get tickets at JBonamassa.com
Not only do we talk about the pay-per-view event, but also his new album Royal Tea. Joe also shares stories about working with Eric Clapton and B.B. King, and I love the story he shares about what happened to him when he walking across the famous Abbey Road crossing in London.
Check out the interview below.
What: JOE BONAMASSA Virtual Pay-Per-View Concert
When: Sunday, September 20, 2020 at 4 p.m. ET
Why: To continue Joe's work of supporting touring musicians who are unable to make a living during this pandemic, Each ticket purchased includes a donation to the Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation for Joe’s Fueling Musicians Program.
Get Tickets: JBonamassa.com
photo credit - Robert Sutton via J&R Adventures