Watching blues rock virtuoso Joe Bonamassa play a guitar solo, one gets the sense that he was born with the instrument as a fifth limb. By way of explanation, it didn’t hurt that his parents owned a guitar shop, and that his father got him started on the instrument at age four. Nor did it hurt that by age 12 he was opening for blues legend B.B. King. 2012’s Driving Towards The Daylight marks the 10th studio album in just 12 years from Bonamassa, making him one of the most prolific bluesmen in the business. As adept on originals like “Dislocated Boy” as he is on classics like Robert Johnson’s “Stones In My Passway,” Bonamassa has become a modern-day legend in his own right. Following up his 2013 British tour, aptly titled Tour de Force, Bonamassa is spreading the love stateside with a Fall 2013 Tour. Ticket buyers are in awe of his unparalleled chops and the endurance of his passionate live performances.