Sixthman, the pioneer in festivals and music cruises for more than a decade, and three-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated guitar legend JOE BONAMASSA have announced the addition of three incredible new artists to the Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III lineup.
The newest additions to the star-studded lineup on the third European leg of Bonamassa’s legendary floating blues-rock party at sea are Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Laura Cox, and When Rivers Meet.
We’ve described Kenny’s gun-belt gleaming licks as ‘the hot-stuff that Southern-style rock ‘n’ roll is made of…’ The Anglo-French guitarist, singer-songwriter Laura Cox as ‘scarred, beclawed, and gritsome blue-gum boogie.’ And we’ve described British husband & wife blues rock duo When Rivers Meet as ‘brave, unrepentant and fearless…’
20+ incredible blues musicians, including Joe Bonamassa, Blackberry Smoke, Christone Kingfish Ingram, Ruthie Foster, and others, will perform during the five-night music event at sea.
Cruisers can anticipate two distinct sets by Bonamassa, dozens of thrilling live performances, and unheard-of once-in-a-lifetime collaborations.
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Along with the nonstop music, Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III attendees will take part in a variety of special events and programming catered to the most ardent blues fans.
A few of the unusual experiences visitors will have at sea include wine tastings, VIP raffles, and chances to connect with Bonamassa and other star musicians.
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The ship will stop at breathtaking ports in two of the most beautiful cities in the world, including Santorini, Greece, which is renowned for its iconic whitewashed architecture, steep cliffs, and breathtaking sea views, and Dubrovnik, Croatia, a mediaeval city decorated with cobblestone lanes that lead to world-class restaurants serving delectable cuisine. Purchases of shore excursions can be made up until four to six weeks before sailing.
With fully stocked bars at (almost) every turn, delectable dining options, the Pool Deck (with multiple hot tubs), the Jade Club Casino, Mandara Spa, Body Waves Fitness Center, Sports Court, and much more, the gorgeous Norwegian Jade will host everything a passenger would need to make Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III the most extraordinary cruise vacation yet.
The Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation (KTBA), which is committed to giving students and teachers the materials and tools need to further music education, will once again profit from Keeping the Blues Alive At Sea Mediterranean III. Bonamassa established the non-profit KTBA in 2011, and its goal is to foster a love of music by providing programmes and scholarships for instructors and students who want to pursue a career in music education but lack the means to do so.
For complete details and reservations, please visit www.bluesaliveatseaeurope.com.