Keeping The Blues Alive

Black Country Communion Rocks The Boat

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Joe Bonamassa’s Keeping The Blues Alive Cruise IV to Montego Bay Jamaica was a huge success. The sun was shining, people where smiling, and the blues was in full force the entire week.

 

Photo by @willbyington © 2018

The blues-filled party on the high seas featured some of the most stunning and up-coming acts on the scene right now. Everyone from Ana Popovic and Matt Andersen to Blind Boy Paxton and the North Mississippi Allstars made an appearance on this once in a lifetime experience.
One of the main featured and most anticipated acts of the week was the classic rock supergroup, Black Country Communion. As I’m sure most of you by now know that this immensely talented group of musicians features Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple on bass and vocals, John Bonham on drums, and of course the blues-rock titan himself, Joe Bonamassa.

This performance was one of only a few live concerts post the release of their newest album BCCIV. This high-octane set was one of the highlights aboard the cruise this year and presented Black Country Communion in good spirits and firing on all cylinders. Their sound is similar to previous records, but with a new-found freshness and an apparent drive to hit a new level.
This was one of our most successful years for the blues cruise yet and we look to amp things up even more for next year as we head to Grand Cayman in 2019. Look forward to amazing guest musicians such as Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Walter Trout, Samantha Fish, and many more!
Make sure you are a part of the spectacular floating blues shows and pre order your tickets now!

Patrick Ortiz 

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