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Joe Bonamassa


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Written on: 01.06.2012 14:05
Mr. Monster
Posts: 940
The great Joe Bonamassa is in Europe having a day off on June 6th. Please make that a day on Roskilde instead.

The busiest man in music has just released yet another great blues album. Danish review here

(btw it's his 10th solo record in 12 years + a collabroration with Beth Hart, 2 Black Country Communion albums and 4 live DVD's)

He's a great live act and would be perfect for Roskilde, who as always lacks some blues.
Written on: 06.06.2012 10:44
Willy Kerr?
Posts: 46
I'm surprised not so many people have picked up on this. Joe Bonamassa is indeed quite the hero. Genuine Rhythm n Blues. Not of the hippidy hoppedy variety either.

Would have been a better addition than the 'Gentleman' anyway... (?) icon_rolleyes.gif

[This article was edited 2 times, at last 06.06.2012 at 10:45.]
Written on: 06.06.2012 11:02
Classic rock dude!
Posts: 2488
Willy Kerr? wrote:

I'm surprised not so many people have picked up on this. Joe Bonamassa is indeed quite the hero. Genuine Rhythm n Blues. Not of the hippidy hoppedy variety either.

Would have been a better addition than the 'Gentleman' anyway... (?) icon_rolleyes.gif


Joe Bonamassa and Gentleman can't be compared musically. And as much as I love classic rock and blues etc. I really dig the Gentleman signing.


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