In just a few days, iconic performer Joe Bonamassa will hit the Vegas stage for one exclusive performance at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The legendary blues guitarist and singer-songwriter will showcase his impressive repertoire for one unforgettable night.
The show features Bonamassa’s greatest hits and is backed by a band of legendary musicians featured on the guitarists Grammy-Nominated album Live At the Greek Theatre including Anton Fig on drums; Michael Rhodes on bass; Reese Wynans on piano and Hammond organ; Lee Homburg on trumpet, horn and arrangements; Paulie Cerra and on saxophone. The show also features backup vocalists.
Bonamassa first picked up a guitar at the young age of four. It was an instant fit. He was inspired by blues rock legends like Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck. By age 12, Bonamassa was opening for blues icon B.B. King. By 2006, he had released three studio albums that each reached #1 on the Billboard Blues Charts. Three years later, Eric Clapton joined Bonamassa on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London for a duet.
Over the past 15 years, Bonamassa has released 15 solo albums. Eleven of his albums shave hit #1 on the Billboard Blues Charts. He is also a humanitarian, running the nonprofit Keeping Blues Alive Foundation, which provides funding, scholarships and resources to music education programs in need.
Don’t miss the rare chance to see Joe Bonamassa perform his extensive discography at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace on October 22. You can find discounted tickets to the one-night only show here on Best of Vegas.
Las Vegas, NV – 10/12/17
By: Jena Pugh