Joe Bonamassa Announces Four Nights At Eventim Apollo
The blues-rock icon hits Hammersmith next March.
Joe Bonamassa has announced four London dates for 2015.
Joe will play on March 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st at Hammersmith Eventim Apollo.
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|21/03/2015||London - Eventim Apollo (Hammersmith)||BUY TICKETS|
Bonamassa recently announced he'll also release a new studio album “Different Shades of Blue” on 22nd September 2014, which can be pre-ordered when purchasing tickets.
The 2015 Hammersmith concerts follow his critically acclaimed “London 2013” tour, which saw Bonamassa pay homage to his UK fans and unique relationship with England’s capital city.
Currently his only confirmed UK concerts, the 2015 Eventim Apollo dates will see Joe perform an entirely new show. Featuring songs from his new album “Different Shades of Blue” played live for the very first time in the UK, and a never-before-seen line-up of musicians, these shows are a guaranteed must-see for “Bona-holics” both new and old, and guitar aficionados everywhere.
Joe and his band will also perform classics from his extensive back catalogue, including “Sloe Gin”, “Dust Bowl”, “The Ballad of John Henry”, and 2012’s critically acclaimed “Driving Towards The Daylight” (which reached #2 in the UK’s Official Album Chart).
Tickets are on sale now at planetrock.com/tickets!
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