Joe Bonamassa began his career playing guitar in the band Bloodline, which also featured the offspring of Miles Davis, Robby Krieger of The Doors, and Berry Oakley of The Allman Brothers Band. He released his first solo album, A New Day Yesterday, in 2000, and has since released ten more solo studio albums, five live albums and four live DVDs, along with three albums with the band Black Country Communion, one with funk super group Rock Candy Funk Party and one album in collaboration with vocalist Beth Hart. His album, Driving Towards The Daylight, reached number two on the U.K. Top 40 Albums Chart, and he completed an arena tour there in 2012. Bonamassa has collaborated with numerous artists, including B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Paul Rodgers, Leslie West, Jon Lord, Vince Gill, Sandi Thom and Glenn Hughes. In 2016, Joe released Blues of Desperation. Joe Bonamassa continues to tour the world regularly and put on tremendous shows.