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PHOTOS: Joe Bonamassa Performs At INB Performing Arts Center

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Joe Bonamassa concert at the INB Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, March 25th Joe Bonamassa concert at the INB Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, March 25th
SPOKANE, Wash. - How many of you got to enjoy the Joe Bonamassa concert at the INB Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, March 25th? Here are some fantastic photos from his performance in case you missed it. Joe Bonamassa has been referred to as one of the best blues guitarists in the world.

Bonamassa was born on May 8, 1977 and has developed a large fan base as a talented American blues rock musician, singer and songwriter.
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