JOE BONAMASSA Celebrates Monumental Release of “Live At The Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra”

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Blues-rock superstar Joe Bonamassa announces the release of his latest live album and film,
“Live at the Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra”, out today via his own J&R Adventures label. This stunning collection captures Bonamassa’s monumental performance at the legendary Hollywood Bowl, where he was joined by a 40-piece orchestra to deliver an unforgettable musical experience.

Accompanying this release is the album’s latest music video, ‘Prisoner’, which he also covered on 2011’s “Dust Bowl” album. ‘Prisoner’ was famously recorded by Barbara Streisand back in 1978 for the cinematic film “Eyes Of Laura Mars.” This slow-burn ballad is a poignant showcase of Joe’s emotional depth and technical brilliance. Listen to the full live performance recorded with a 40-piece orchestra on all major platforms HERE.

“Live at the Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra” has garnered widespread acclaim from critics and fans alike. “Playing the Hollywood Bowl was another milestone for Joe Bonamassa’s illustrious career, and he did it in style,” praises Classic Rock Magazine. The album has been hailed as “another example of the high standard of performance that comes as a guarantee with every new Bonamassa live release,” by Blues In Britain, and described as “one of the best modern-day live albums of all time” by Blues Matters, who further celebrated the project by calling it “a spine-tingling, curtain-raiser for what was to be an unforgettable evening.” Record Collector Magazine awarded the album 5 stars, stating, “The setting is impressive. The performance is flawless. What more do you need?”

The live album showcases Bonamassa’s virtuosic blend of blues and rock but also elevates fan-favorite tracks with grandiose orchestral arrangements by some of Hollywood’s finest, David Campbell, Trevor Rabin, and Jeff Bova. “Very few gigs represent my journey in music more than the Hollywood Bowl. I moved to Los Angeles in 2003 in search of opportunity and cheaper rent than New York City. My first gig at The Mint was attended by 5 of my friends and that’s all. We have played The Greek Theatre many times since, but the Bowl has always been a dream. The orchestra and the sheer scale of the event and venue is something I will never forget. I am so grateful that we filmed this special event in my life,” reminisces Bonamassa.

Following his standout performance supporting The Rolling Stones at Lumen Field, Bonamassa is gearing up for his eagerly awaited tour this summer. Beginning July 17th in Selbyville, DE, Joe will be playing a set of three shows back to back, including the Great South Bay Music Fest in East Patchogue, NY and the Maine Savings Amphitheatre in Bangor, ME. The eagerly awaited “Blues Deluxe Tour” starts in Albuquerque, NM on August 2nd through the end of the month culminating in an unforgettable two-night performance in Hampton Beach, NH, on August 30th and 31st.

This tour celebrates Bonamassa’s seminal albums “Blues Deluxe” and its chart-topping successor, “Blues Deluxe Vol. 2”, which earned him his 27th #1 on the Billboard Blues Chart, besting his own record for most #1s ever on the chart. These 20 special performances will showcase an electrifying mix of Bonamassa’s classics and deep tracks live for the first time, alongside a band of world-class musicians. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit THIS LOCATION.

“Live At The Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra” Artwork

CD Track List:
1. When One Door Opens Overture
2. Curtain Call
3. Self-Inflicted Wounds
4. No Good Place For The Lonely
5. Ball Peen Hammer
6. The Last Matador Of Bayonne
7. Prisoner
8. If Heartaches Were Nickels
9. The Ballad Of John Henry
10. Twenty-Four Hour Blues
11. Sloe Gin

Vinyl Track List:
A1. When One Door Opens Overture
A2. Curtain Call
A3. Self-Inflicted Wounds

B1. No Good Place For The Lonely
B2. Ball Peen Hammer
B3. The Last Matador Of Bayonne

C1. Prisoner
C2. If Heartaches Were Nickels

D1. The Ballad Of John Henry
D2. Twenty-Four Hour Blues
D3. Sloe Gin

DVD Track List:
1. Notches
2. The Heart That Never Waits
3. Curtain Call
4. Mind’s Eye
5. Questions And Answers
6. The Loyal Kind
7. Known Unknowns
8. Time Clocks
9. Evil Mama
10. Midnight Blues
11. I Didn’t Think She Would Do It
12. Just ‘Cos You Can Don’t Mean You Should
13. Mountain Time
Bonus Features:
1. Dust Bowl
2. Band Intros
3. The Ballad Of John Henry

Blu-ray Track List:
1. Notches
2. The Heart That Never Waits
3. Curtain Call
4. Mind’s Eye
5. Questions And Answers
6. The Loyal Kind
7. Known Unknowns
8. Time Clocks
9. Evil Mama
10. Midnight Blues
11. I Didn’t Think She Would Do It
12. Just ‘Cos You Can Don’t Mean You Should
13. Mountain Time
Bonus Features:
1 Dust Bowl
2 Band Intros
3 The Ballad Of John Henry

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