BingoJoe plays Glam-Blues.
He has chops and enough money to buy a really good band, let alone all the vintage guitars and amps one could ever wish for. He does what makes him happy. Maybe too happy to play the Blues. But that's cool. There's clearly a market for it. Like for VIP packages, staged meet and greets, key chains, limited signature guitar picks and Epiphone guitars (sorry, not sorry) That's all cool as well.
He gets credited for awesome tone, but at least to my ears that's nowhere near as divine as let's say Derek Trucks. Or as vocal as Walter Trout, as piercing and expressive as Albert Collins... and all of those guys aren't so focused on the gear either