When Joe Bonamassa took the stage at Royal Albert Hall in May 2009, he fulfilled a dream he'd held since first picking up a guitar as a kid in upstate New York. The sold-out concert -- fresh off the release of his #1 album THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY -- marked Bonamassa's headlining debut at arguably the most prestigious concert venue in the world. "May 4, 2009 was a day 20 years in the making," says Bonamassa. "I have never been so honored in my life. It was truly larger than the sum of its parts." The two decades he's referring to began when -- at age 12 -- he first opened for blues icon B.B. King, who said, "this kid's potential is unbelievable." King's words are as fitting today as they were then. Bonamassa averages 200 shows every year, and with each gig, he comes more into his own as a virtuoso and a vocalist. At the Hall, Bonamassa had the added honor of being joined onstage by the legendary Eric Clapton. This version presents that magical night in full -- for posterity, and for all the fans that couldn't be among the roughly 5,000 concertgoers filling the seats. The twelve camera high definition, surround sound shoot was produced by Bonamassa's longtime collaborator Kevin Shirley.