At his heart Joe Bonamassa is a blues player and it was for this evening at Shepherd’s Bush Empire that he elected to put on a display highlighting his true love of the genre. Backed by a full horn section, Bonamassa rolled through blues-tinged stalwarts from his vast collection.
The Borderline, a small club in the heart of London was chosen to stage a revival of Bonamassa’s early career power-trio jam nights. Armed with a Fender Stratocaster – Bonamassa along with a single drummer and bassist launched into a setlist marked with extended takes of songs from his first set of albums including some never before performed live on stage.
Filmed in High Definition in Amsterdam on Toto's 25th Anniversary Tour in 2003, this stunning concert captures the band at their very best, reunited with original vocalist Bobby Kimball. The set combines all their hits with tracks from their latest album Â"Through The Looking Glass and other live favorites, performed in front of a wildly enthusiastic sell-out crowd.
On the heels of his breakthrough debut When I Fall In Love and follow-up To Love Again, trumpeter Chris Botti plays two triumphant shows at The Wilshire Theatre with guest vocals from Sting, Jill Scott, Gladys Knight, Paula Cole and Burt Bacharach
Recorded live in Melbourne, Australia at The National Tennis Centre in November 1989, this release captures the third stop on The Bee Gee's One for All World Tour celebrating their eighteenth studio album One…