Joe Bonamassa and his band played their hearts out at the Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday night August 2 and played a truly epic show at “The Mother Church” here in Nashville.

The sold-out show featured his new album ‘Time Clocks’ that he played all 10 songs from with a magical video production projected behind the band complimenting each song’s entirety. This album demonstrates Joe’s ability to reach far out beyond the constraints of genre specific sequel music to exciting new heights. Performing an album of this complexity live, could only be achieved with a superior band that included a trio of exceptional vocalists, exquisite keyboards, precise percussions, strong bass, and a superb accompanying guitarist.

I felt as though I was experiencing the coupling of Pink Floyd, Emerson Lake & Palmer, and Jeff Beck all rolled into one new but timeless original masterpiece of pure music perfection. A night I will remember and cherish forever.

Bonamassa grew up in Utica, New York and started playing guitar at age 4. When Joe was twelve, he opened for B.B. King playing some 20 shows with the legend. Although he is considered to be one of the greatest guitarists alive, he is also quite the accomplished singer-songwriter. Joe has crafted sixteen solo studio albums since 2000 along with countless live albums and several other collaborations. Without a doubt, Bonamassa is one of the most talented musicians of this century, and with the release of ‘Time Clocks’ his legendary status will only continue to grow.

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