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The New Zealand Herald
Concert review: Joe Bonamassa, Auckland Town Hall
In an interview with TimeOut before this, his first and only New Zealand show, American guitarist Joe Bonamassa said in passing he knew the audience for the blues was small, but that there was an audience out there. And, as with other touring blues artists whose record sales can be negligibly small in this country, Bonamassa - Grammy-nominated, with a back catalogue of at least a dozen albums but hardly a household name - found blues loyalists turned out for him in their legions.
Joe Bonamassa - Different Shades of Blues - Provogue
It becomes more and more difficult to honestly review Joe Bonamassa these days. He is a massive star in his own right and his 'side-projects' with Glenn Hughes, Rock Candy or Beth Hart have had as much attention as the man himself.
British blues invades Midcoast
After a Labor Day break, the weekly blues series will continue Monday, Sept. 8, with Joanne Shaw Taylor at 7 p.m., in the upstairs music room of Time Out Pub, 275 Main St. Tickets will be $15 at the door.
Guitar Straps - Does Length Matter?
Peter Hodgson of gibson.com thinks so. Here's his article, "From Zakk to Jimmy Page: A Study in Strap Length" We guitarists reveal ourselves to the world in a lot of different ways.