“One Less Cross to Bear” is Bonamassa track from his live album Live At Radio City Music Hall which is available in CD&DVD and CD&BLU-RAY editions from October 2, 2015.
This beautifully shot video features smoking solos from blues-titan Joe Bonamassa, keyboardist Reese Wynans, and a drum/percussion duet performed by Tal Bergman and Lenny Castro. “One Less Cross to Bear” is one of two newly recorded songs by Joe, along with “Still Water.” The forthcoming album recorded at the iconic Radio City in January, 2015 features 11 never before released live cuts including “Living on the Moon,” “Trouble Town,” and “Never Give All Your Heart.”
He is one of the most famous contemporary blues-rock musicians. Joe was nominated for two Grammy Awards twice. He also put Billboard charts as many as 20 albums first, and this number is still increasing!
In his discography, he has over 30 albums, both studio and concert albums. He regularly records in a duet with the sensational singer Beth Hart. I addition co-created the projects Black Country Communion and Rock Candy Funk Party. Bonamassa is a talented composer who continues to expand his eclectic musical horizons. Guitarist regularly appears on the pages of industry publications around the world, from the Esquire and Parade magazines, through the Rolling Stone and American Songwriter, as well as Guitar Player, Acoustic Guitar, Vintage Guitar, and Classic Rock.
Opening of B.B. King
The guitar virtuoso from New York began with the opening of B.B. King when Joe Bonamassa was only 12 years old. Since then, he has shared scenes with artists such as Clapton, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes, Buddy Guy, and Steve Winwood. Bonamassa has traveled the path from the position of children’s sensation to a world-class star and is still evolving.
The artist is an enthusiast of live performances, and his concerts are one of the essential branches of his activity.
His tours have been sold out in the most iconic concert venues around the world. Among which there were The Red Rocks Amphitheater at Morrison, The Greek Theater in Los Angeles, Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, The Royal Albert Hall in London, the Vienna Opera, as well as the New York Beacon Theater. Bonamassa performs, on average, 200 days a year. When he’s not on stage, he is fully committed to creating new music he shares with the audience and fans.