Blues Rock Star Joe Bonamassa Continues to Support Musicians In Need With Third Annual Stream-A-Thon Event For Fueling Musicians Program
Music Industry Legends Join Together With Rising Stars Featuring Special Performances From Joe Bonamassa, Peter Frampton, George Thorogood, Dion, Eric Gales, Joanne Shaw Taylor And More!
Joe Bonamassa and his nonprofit, Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation will feature its third annual Stream-A-Thon event on Saturday, May 1st at 3:00 pm ET to benefit their Fueling Musicians Program which supports musicians in need. This spectacular display of musicianship will be hosted by Joe Bonamassa himself and will feature more than 2 hours of music performances from over 25 musicians including some of Joe’s legendary friends and talented rising stars.
Joe recognized that supporting artists was crucial to maintain their livelihoods during the pandemic crisis, as well as helping them get back on the road when live music events were permitted. Now he wants to continue to pay it forward as so many did for him, and extend the Fueling Musicians Program to get immediate assistance to musicians in need. Eligible artists include those who have suffered hardships due to the long lasting effects of the pandemic on their careers. In 2022, the Fueling Musicians Program was honored as one of the recipients of the prestigious “Keeping the Blues Alive Award” by The Blues Foundation.
The Fueling Musicians Stream-A-Thon hosted by Joe Bonamassa and Presented by Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation will be streamed across Joe’s platforms below:
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Industry partners who have generously contributed to the program include Volkswagen, Fender Premium Audio, Seymour Duncan, Gibson Brands, Gibson Cares, Guitar Player, Guitar Center, Guitar Center Music Foundation, Norman’s Rare Guitars, Reverb, Caveman Productions, Ernie Ball Music Man, Truefire, ArtistWorks, Chicago Music Exchange, among others, who have come together to give their support both financially and through in-kind contributions.