Eric Clapton & Jeff Beck Tributes - Journeyman & Beck-Ola

Eric Clapton & Jeff Beck Tributes - Journeyman & Beck-Ola

Fri 4/26/248:00 PM

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Fronted by Shaun Hague (Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Amos Lee, John Waite), JOURNEYMAN has become the #1 tribute to Clapton in a very short amount of time.

The band has been selling hundreds of tickets per night in the Midwest, New England and West Coast. With over 50 years of music to choose from, JOURNEYMAN covers it all – “Layla”, “Badge”, “The Core”, “White Room”, “Lay Down Sally”, “Tulsa Time”, “Cocaine” and many more.

“This gifted group of musicians channel the spirit, passion and musicianship of Clapton himself. The guitar playing is spot on recreating the Clapton catalog in all its splendid glory” - Patrick Norton / Talent Buyer at Narrows Center for the Arts – Fall River, MA

“The best Eric Clapton tribute that we have ever worked with.” - Adam Spriggs / Talent Buyer at Saint Rocke – Hermosa Beach, CA

Beck-Ola (Johnny A.)

The name ‘Johnny A.’ might not be so mainstream, but there’s no doubt that it’s synonymous with guitar. With a prolific solo career spanning three full-length albums, Johnny A. has earned a Grammy Award nomination, the honor of Boston Music Awards, “Blues Artist of the Year 2010,” and a spot in the revered Boston Music Hall of Fame. Ever the restless spirit, Johnny A. continues to glide across genres effortlessly, exploring elements of jazz, soul.  He still fervently carries on the tradition of the legends he respected as a teen.

Johnny has toured extensively throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Major festival performances include: Fuji Rock (Japan), Leverkusen Jazztage (Germany), Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Festival, Montreal Jazz Festival, SF Jazz, and others.

His passion began at the age of thirteen, when he first saw the Beatles in Boston, followed two years later by an in-person witnessing of Jimi Hendrix. From there, he was hooked, getting a cheap beginner guitar to try and play along with his early heroes — which also included Yardbirds icons Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. Soon enough, Johnny A. got it. By the 1970’s, he was forming bands in the New England area, drawing attention from several established musicians, like Derek and the Dominos’ keyboardist Bobby Whitlock and Doug Clifford of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Johnny A. became Music Director of J. Geils Band singer Peter Wolf’s outfit, coordinating the onstage arrangements, playing on several tours and co-producing Wolf’s 1996 album, *Long Line.* What’s more, he was even asked to join The Yardbirds as their lead guitarist in 2015. 

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