Joe Bonamassa: ‘Royal Tea’ Album Inspired by Jeff Beck, Led Zeppelin, Cream, More Out 10/23; Live Stream Concert 9/20


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Blues guitar trailblazer Joe Bonamassa will release Royal Tea, a brand new studio album that finds Bonamassa paying homage to his English blues/rock heroes. Inspired by the likes of Jeff Beck, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, Cream and John Mayall, Bonamassa recorded Royal Tea at Abbey Road Studios, and will be out on Oct. 23 via J&R Adventures.

(Click here to pre-order Royal Tea on CD from our Rock Cellar Store  and click here for 2-LP).

Bonamassa previewed Royal Tea with a song/video for “Why Does It Take So Long To Say Goodbye”:

This whole adventure,” said Joe Bonamassa of this project, “was a bucket-list thing for me. I would have been about twelve years old, and it was the sound I heard in my head. Like, ‘OK, I’m in. That’s what I want to be’.”

The 10 songs on Royal Tea were co-written by Bonamassa and musical friends including Bernie Marsden, ex-Cream lyricist Pete Brown and Jools Holland. Here’s the track listing:

1. When One Door Opens
2. Royal Tea
3. Why Does It Take So Long To Say Goodbye
4. Lookout Man!
5. High Class Girl
6. A Conversation With Alice
7. I Didn’t Think She Would Do it
8. Beyond The Silence
9. Lonely Boy
10. Savannah

In addition to this news, Bonamassa will also host a special Joe Bonamassa Live in Concert Worldwide pay-per-view live stream concert on Sept. 20 — click here for full details.

Per a news releases:

There are a variety of pricing levels available for fans worldwide to be a part of this special “audience.” Tickets to the livestream event starts at $20. Fans may also purchase a $35 ALL-ACCESS PASS which includes access to the livestream event on September 20th, the Royal Tea digital album available on October 23rd, and a 1-year all pass for Bonamassa’s on-demand service which includes 17+ concert releases from Joe Bonamassa, Black Country Communion, and Rock Candy Funk Party – available at any time on most devices.

As part of this unique concert event, fans also have the option to purchase a Commemorative VIP ticket giving them an experience they will never forget. VIP ticket holders will have their photo printed out and placed in a seat at the legendary Ryman Auditorium as part of Joe’s audience for that special night. VIPs will also get a picture of Joe with his “audience” which will be sent to them via email to keep. The VIP ticket holder’s name will also be included in the credits at the end of the live stream event, as well as being included in the upcoming DVD credits for this performance!

This one-of-a-kind concert is presented by Bonamassa’s non-profit, Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation (KTBA). Each ticket purchase will include a $1 donation to Joe’s Fueling Musicians Program, which to date has raised over $295,000 and has supported more than 163 musicians in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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