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Linda from Kankakee
AWESOME IN CHICAGO
First time seeing Joe Bonamassa. It was a great evening at the historic Chicago Theatre! Even though he was struggling with bronchitiis, it was an awesome 2 1/2 hour show non stop. I will definitely see him again!
Steve Ko from Fort Myers, Florida
JOE AT BARBARA MANN
I saw the friday nite show from row 3 orch. I was a little on the right side. Joe played a lot of Rock & r in the first part of the show. Even though there was no break, it still had a rock and roll feel. The more Bluesy stuff came toward the later part. I have seen him 3 times and i missed the slow " midnight blues "stuff. He played "how many more times " from Led Zep. in the beginning, well done, everyone was pounding on anything. Excellent. $ stars. s.m.k.
Paul Hunter from Kitchener, Ontario
Great show. First four songs did not overly impress and it took them a while to clean up the sound. Great rendition of LED Zep and Jeff Beck going down. Overall a great show. Joes guitar playing does not rate at the top with Beck, Steve Vai , Satriani or even Buddy Guy for me who also have been at The Center in The Square. Good show and glad I saw him.
from Kitchener, Ontario
THE MAN CAN PLAY!!
Wow, he is amazing. Loud show, but very good. Band is top notch. Sometimes songs went on a bit too long, he was in his own world. Wish he would include DRIVE, love that song.
Bert from Toronto, Ontario
BONAMASSA IS THE REAL DEAL
Great show in Toronto at the Sony Centre. This is one of my favourite venues because it's not too big but not too small that it can't attract great musicians. There were no complaints in the sound system there as were noted in other venues for his shows. Bonamassa is an outstanding blues player. He has all the licks that the legendary Blues players had before him. Think SRV with his keyboard player, horns and female backup vocalists and that's what you get with his current tour. He plays fast, loud, slow, soft - all with great emotion. In an era where so many pop and hip hop stars entertain you without playing any musical instruments, it's so refreshing to watch someone perform who has mastered an instrument and music genre and takes his whole expression to another level. Without the help of promotion or radio play, this guy is selling out tours everywhere. He gives me a lot of faith that rock is still alive and still matters in this world
Spence from Vancouver, British Columbia
JOE BONAMASSA QUEEN E. THEATRE
Joe was fantastic, slick, focused and charismatic but unfortunately the sound tech needed to tweak the board and failed to do so. Could'nt hear his vocals very well and sometimes lost the guitar. The players on stage were amazing and the back up singers great. Overall the show was well worth seeing and I will go again. Keep on rockin it Joe !
Eric from Toronto, Ontario
AWSOME SHOW IN TORONTO NOV 3 2018
First time seeing Joe for me and my brothet. Only complaint is wish he'd played a bit more to his left on stage and a drum solo would have beern nice. Just discovered him this year but will definitely see him again. Just a 5 minute walk from the train station in heart of Toronto.
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