Any time Joe Bonamassa announces a new album it’s one of the most anticipated blues albums of the year.

In 2020, Bonamassa released Royal Tea, which was voted No.1 on the Blues Rock Review’s top 20 albums of 2020, so, quite an act to follow! Well, follow it he has, and then some…

Once again, Kevin Shirley joins Joe in the producer’s chair while Bob Clearmountain (The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, etc.) mixed the album, which was recorded in New York City.

At this stage of his career Joe Bonamassa has very little left to prove, but with Time Clocks he has delivered arguably his best album since The Ballad of John Henry. Bonamassa really digs deep, lyrically, on this album and it feels more personal as a consequence. Of course, there is great guitar too, but Joe’s song-writing has never been better.

From start to finish Time Clocks is a winner and shows why Bonamassa’s run as the current blues rock king is nowhere near over.

Judge for yourself, as we play two tracks every hour on our dedicated radio station.