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New Free Song Download Dislocated Boy from Joe Bonamassa's new Tour De Force. Download and share Joe's music with your friends. Click Here NowShare This
The Joe Bonamassa Documentary Episode 3 of 4. Hear Bonamassa's story of how he is winning in a losing music Industry. Watch now and stay tuned for the last episode!Share This
Joe Reveals All! The Blues Magazine. Tour de Force. Read it all here!Share This
NEW Blues For The Cure Thermal Hoodie. Adorned with pink and silver crystals. Click here to buy now. 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.Bonamassa Breast Cancer Awareness Tote. Free with the purchase of ANY breast cancer awareness product. While supplies last. Click here to check out the whole collection.Share This
The Pickup Radio Show. A radio show for guitar players & music lovers. 12th Episode New this week: 'Please, Sir, May I Have Some Gary Moore?'. Now also available for download on Podcast. Listen Anytime. Rewind or fast forward at your leisure! Master of subtlety? Click here to listen to what Joe has to say!Share This
New Guitarology Shirt. Based on guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa's own Gibson Les Paul Gold Top. Available in short and long sleeve, 4 styles and colors to suit the inner guitar geek in you! Choose your favorite. Buy Now.Share This
Palladia HD premieres Tour de Force! Don't miss this 90 minute preview from all 4 DVDs October 25th. Check your local listings. Four Nights, Four Shows, Four Legendary Performances! A front row seat to all four legendary shows. Pre-Order Now 'Tour de Force' Joe Bonamassa Live in London 2013. Click here to pre-order now!Share This
Bonamassa Opens For Bonamassa, Fall 2013 Tour tickets available. ALSO, New Tour Dates! 2014 Spring Tour. Featuring a full acoustic and electric performance by Joe. Click here to buy nowShare This
Sneak peek video from Bonamassa's Tour de Force, 'Dislocated Boy'. 4th of 8 sneak peeks. Stay tuned next week for a new one! Click to watch video!Share This
The Bonamonster! Save $10! Only $19.99! Perfect for Halloween! Click here to buy now!Share This
Joe Bonamassa Video of the Week. Joe Bonamassa performs 'Jockey Full Of Bourbon' Live from An Acoustic Evening At The Vienna Opera House. Click here to watch it now!Share This
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Bonamassa Fans: Help Us Keep The Blues Alive! Don't cut the music. You can be the difference! Less than 15 days left to reach our goal. Donate $10 today and help us raise $5,000 by the end of October to Keep The Blues Alive in Classrooms all around the U.S.! Click here to donate now!Share This
Keeping The Blues Alive brings you Blues News. Week of October 14th to 20th.Birthdays: Victoria Spivey: 10/15/1925Birthdays: John Mayer: 10/16/1977Birthdays: William Cox AKA Billy Cox: 10/18/1941Keeping the Blues Alive is a non-profit created by Joe Bonamassa, which seeks to promote Blues music education and support music scholarships in an effort to keep the Blues alive. Click Here to Learn More and help Keeping the Blues Alive!Blues HighlightsBlues Highlights: The Delta Blues in the Flesh

On October 16, 2004, the music of the Mississippi Delta came to life in a way that neither the twenty first century had ever seen before nor the world would be fortunate enough to see again. On that day in Dallas, Texas,Henry Townsend,Pinetop Perkins,Robert Lockwood, Jr., and Honeyboy Edwards were brought together under the same roof to partake in perhaps the most historically significant concert the blues has ever known. With ages ranging from 89 to 94, and each with over 70 years’ experience in the blues, these four men were all that was left of the Delta Blues performers of the 1920’s, national treasures each and every one of them. With the help of their
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Blues Highlights: The Boogie Man's All-star Tribute

John Lee Hookerwas the cause for celebration at a star-studded tribute concert held at Madison Square Garden on October 16, 1990, where the influential bluesman’s music of the past fifty years was honored. Often called the “Father of the Boogie”, Hooker’s career took off after the 1948 release of his number #1 hit“Boogie Chillin'”, which not only set the stage for the musician’s signature hypnotic country blues style, but also made a major impression in the rock and roll community. The concert brought Hooker together with a plethora of musicians that he both worked alongside with and those that he and his boogieing had lasting impacts upon in the in the years that followed his breakthrough
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Still BluesStill Blues: A Hoodoo Man Meets a Voodoo Child

The sounds of Chicago and Texas collide in New York City as two tried-and-true legends of the blues, Buddy Guy andStevie Ray Vaughan, share the stage circa 1983. Photo by Lynn Goldsmith. 
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Blues in MotionBlues In Motion: Sleepy John Estes Performs 'Mailman Blues'

Accompanied by a frequent cohort of his, the exceptionally talented James Rachell on mandolin,Sleepy John Estesplucks the guitar and bellows out “Mailman Blues” in his signature crying voice, one that was old long before he himself was. 
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Blues In Motion: The Iceman Fires Up 'If Trouble Was Money'

Joe Walsh loses the spotlight as Albert Collins takes the stage and commands the eyes, ears, and amazement of the audience as he powerfully performs“If Trouble Was Money”, proving to have justly earned the title of The Master of the Telecaster. 
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Tribut, When Music Really Matters. This Week in Pop Culture – October 16 to October 22. Check it out!

With so much going on we tend to forget what has happened in the past. Don’t you worry though, Tribut dedicates a day to reminding you of your favorite Icon’s birthday, passing and/or crazy events! On This Week in Pop Culture are the details you might have forgotten about during the week of October 16 through October 22. 
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