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April list by Dan Berube
An Acoustic Evening
An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera Housejoe bonamassa

This live album captures an all-acoustic concert performance, making it a unique and very special show fans had been waiting years to experience.

Driving Towards the Daylight
Driving Towards the Daylightjoe bonamassa

This balanced back to basics album highlights Bonamassa's signature style of roots blues with rock n' roll guts, while honoring the traditions of the original blues musicians.

Seesaw
Seesawbeth hart, joe bonamassa

Seesaw reunites force-of-nature blues-rock vocalist Beth Hart and guitarist Joe Bonamassa for a second album of choice covers from various musical eras.

Beacon Theatre
Beacon Theatre: Live From New Yorkjoe bonamassa

Another live set, this one from New York City, that highlights the guitar wizardry and pyrotechnics that Bonamassa fans know and love.

Don't Explain
Don't Explainbeth hart, joe bonamassa

Don't Explain features Beth Hart's expressive interpretations of ten soulful songs, with Bonamassa on guitar and his ace band filling out the tracks.

Live From the Royal Albert Hall
Live From the Royal Albert Halljoe bonamassa

This sold-out show in London marked Bonamassa's headlining debut at arguably the most prestigious concert venue in the world.

Dust Bowl
Dust Bowljoe bonamassa

Dust Bowl combines the gritty, blues-based tones of Bonamassa's first albums with the fluid, genre-defying sounds he's mastered in the years since.

Black Rock
Black Rockjoe bonamassa

On Black Rock, the guitarist delves into his love of British blues-rock and performs with the legendary B. B. King.

The Ballad of John Henry
The Ballad of John Henryjoe bonamassa

The guitarist tackles a muscular set of songs that features his own originals as well as some choice covers.

 

Blues Deluxe
Blues Deluxejoe bonamassa

This early album showcases Bonamassa's melding of American blues and mid-'60s British blues-rock into a style of his own.