Joe Bonamassa Lands No. 1 On Blues Chart For The 22nd Time

Jason Bullinger for Alt Revolt

One of the most iconic names in modern blues music, Joe Bonamassa, received his 22nd No. 1 album on the Billboard Blues Chart this week with the new album ‘Live At The Sydney Opera House’ on J&R Adventures. The renowned artist, who Guitar World cites as “arguably the world’s biggest blues guitarist,” released the album on October 25th and has already seen an overflowing amount of praise from critics and fans alike.

‘Live At The Sydney Opera House’ was recorded live at the landmark venue and features previously unreleased versions of tracks from Bonamassa’s coveted No. 1 album ‘Blues Of Desperation.’

Track Listing:
CD Tracklisting:
1. This Train
2. Mountain Climbing
3. Drive
4. Love Ain’t A Love Song
5. How Deep This River Runs
6. Mainline Florida
7. The Valley Runs Low
8. Blues of Desperation
9. No Good Place For The Lonely

Vinyl Tracklisting: (Double Lp)
Side A
1. This Train
2. Mountain Climbing
3. Drive
Side B
1. Love Ain’t A Love Song
2. The Valley Runs Low
Side C
1. How Deep This River Runs
2. Mainline Florida
3. Livin’ Easy (Bonus Track)
Side D
1. Blues of Desperation
2. No Good Place For the Lonely

Band Members:
Joe Bonamassa – Guitar and Vocals
Reese Wynans – Keyboards
Anton Fig – Percussion
Michael Rhodes – Bass Guitar
Lee Thornburg – Trumpet
Paulie Cerra – Saxophone
Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, Gary Pinto – Vocals