On Monday 28th October 2013, Joe Bonamassa will release "Tour De Force - Live In London" a collection of DVD & Blu-ray releases chronicling his historic run of four consecutive London concerts staged between March 26th-30th.
Recorded and filmed at some of London’s most famous and iconic venues, including Royal Albert Hall, Hammersmith Apollo, Shepherd’s Bush Empire, and The Borderline, "Tour De Force - Live In London" will be available on four separate discs, offering over nine hours of live concert footage and more than four hours of bonus material and behind-the-scenes exclusives.
Not only will each of the four concerts be individually released as a double-disc DVDs/Blu-rays, but there will also be a special Collector's Box Set containing all four shows, along with an exclusive hardcover photo book showcasing iconic images captured during that legendary week in London, all packaged together inside a box designed as a miniature vintage Marshall amp.
"Tour De Force – Live In London" chronicles Bonamassa’s meteoric rise, from the intimate club environment of The Borderline, to the prestigious Royal Albert Hall. Each concert was marked with a unique theme, featuring different set lists, arrangements and ensembles, providing the viewer with four entirely unique performances.
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