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Blues Rock Titan Surpasses $500,000 Goal for Musicians in Need

In just over one year, Joe Bonamassa and the Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation have exceeded expectations for their fundraising goals, by bringing in $500,000 to benefit their Fueling Musicians Program. The initiative provides immediate $1,500 cash payments to musicians to help them get back on the road after being sidelined for over a year following the COVID-19 touring halt.

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The Keeping The Blues Alive 2nd annual Stream-A-Thon, hosted by Bonamassa, was a spectacular display of musicianship and featured more than 3 1/2 hours of music performances from over 35 talented musicians including some of Joe’s legendary friends and rising stars. Fans in more than 42 countries tuned in to watch the line up which included Toto, Dion, Ana Popovic, Warren Haynes, Bobby Rush, Joanna Connor, Jared James Nichols, Emily Wolfe, and many more.

To read the full article by Michael Oshust of Rock Source Magazine, click here!

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