The blues guitarist will play dates across the US and Canada before touring Europe in the fall.

Joe Bonamassa kicks of his Spring 2015 Tour on Thursday, April 09 in Montreal. This starts 23 dates including the US Midwest, Southwest, and Pacific Coast, ending on May 12 at the opposite end of Canada in Vancouver.

Bonamassa will be back out on tour with more than a dozen dates starting during the month of August. The 3 Kings Tour begins in Camden, New Jersey and includes stops in New York, Maine, Ohio, Utah, and wraps in California.

Later this year, the road will beckon Bonamassa across the pond for his Fall European Tour. The first show in Helsinki on Sep 29, and continues with 19 additional dates ending up in the UK on Oct 31.

Success has shown well on Bonamassa in recent years. His most recent studio album, Different Shades of Blue released in Sep 2014, debuted at an impressive number 8 on the Billboard 200. His 2013 album, Seesaw, consisting of cover songs performed with Beth Hart, hit solidly in the top 100 in US and European charts. This album also earned the pair a Grammy nomination. Driving Towards the Daylight (2012) hit #2 in the UK, and #23 on the Billboard 200. In addition, all three albums plus Black Rock (2010) hit #1 on the Billboard Top Blues Albums.

Bonamassa just released a new live DVD/CD combo titled Muddy Wolf, a tribute to bluesmen Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf. The album was released on Mar 24 and, like his previous releases, also became a Billboard #1 Top Blues Albums. You can view the DVD trailer for Muddy Wolf here.

The 37-year-old Bonamassa is based in Hartford, New York and has been playing professionally for 25 years.

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