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ATLANTA, GA – Joe Bonamassa’s second annual Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Music Festival has announced its final lineup of stellar musicians sailing aboard the Norwegian Pearl February 15-19 from Mia

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ATLANTA, GA – Joe Bonamassa’s second annual Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Music Festival has announced its final lineup of stellar musicians sailing aboard the Norwegian Pearl February 15-19 from Miami, FL to Cozumel, Mexico.

Joe Bonamassa, his fellow artists, and fans continue to save the blues with this amazing music festival focused on promoting talented music veterans and remarkable up-and-coming artists. Guests will enjoy four days of non-stop tunes and unparalleled musical collaborations that you can only find on the high seas with an incredible lineup of today’s hottest blues-inspired artists including:

Joe Bonamassa
Eric Gales
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Johnny A.
Blues Traveler
Black Pistol Fire
Beth Hart
Davy Knowles
Vintage Trouble
Kirk Fletcher & Josh Smith
Marc Broussard
Selwyn Birchwood
Shemekia Copeland
Jarekus Singleton
The James Hunter Six
Gary Nicholson
Eric Bibb with Michael Jerome Browne
Jim Suhler
Monophonics
Little Hurricane*
SIMO
Larkin Poe*
Brother Hawk*
Homemade Jamz Blues Band*

These diverse artists were handpicked to join the festival and create a blend of styles all rooted in the blues – a genre that embodies our deepest emotions, passions, loves and fears. Each artist in this genre feels a profound responsibility to preserve this great music tradition, which is in line with the festival’s ultimate purpose of keeping the blues alive for the next generation.

To further this mission, the festival has created a special stage for its Keeping The Blues Alive Ignite ARTISTS (artists indicated with an asterisk (*)). The tradition of blues music is just over a century old, and with each generation, young new prophets of the blues step forward. It is the mission of presenting partner Keeping The Blues Alive Foundation to foster the newest wave of talent who will carry the torch for the next generation of blues enthusiasts. These cutting edge “Ignite ARTISTS” are the innovative trailblazers that will preserve the great blues traditions while interpreting them in exciting, new directions.

Alongside stellar music, the Norwegian Pearl will travel to Cozumel, Mexico, which offers a plethora of activities for travelers of all walks. Guests can stroll along tropical beaches, explore local cuisine, shop for one-of-a-kind souvenirs, or choose from a host of exciting excursions offered onboard. A destination of her own, Norwegian Pearl offers guests access to 13 bars and lounges, 19 dining experiences, one outdoor pool, two hot tubs, a full menu of luxurious spa treatments, and so much more!

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