Joe Bonamassa: I Gloat, You Get Free Stuff
Here’s the coolest thing. Joe Bonamassa is playing in Dublin’s Vicar Street venue next week (Thursday 7th, if you’re interested in popping along – and why wouldn’t you). I’ll be there, front and centre (or more likely somewhere closer to the bar) and I’m looking forward to it immensely.
Let’s face it, Bonamassa knows his way around a fretboard. He’s rightly hailed as one of the best blues guitarists of recent years, even being bigged up by The Clapton – praise from Ceasar indeed. I’m eagerly awaiting the day when my copy of Black Country Communion arrives but, in the meantime, I’ll be watching Joe rock up Dublin.
Splendid. Now, like any normal music-geek, when I’m going to a gig, I like to find an excuse to gloat about it and, luckily for me, I got that chance…
Here’s the thing (and this is cool for me and for you guys – keep reading)… You may have noticed the graphic of Bonamassa over in the sidebar. Joe’s management asked if I’d mind, as a Dublin-based blogger, popping that there to promote the gig. And when Joe comes calling…
In return for this very simple favour, Joe’s guys have very kindly given me a promo code that will allow you guys to download one of Joe’s songs for FREE. Yep, free.
So then, to get yourself a copy of Joe Bonamassa’s Blue And Evil (from his Black Rock album), just click the link, add the song to your cart and use promo code Guitarless when you check out. You’ll magically get it for no money. Gratis.
What are you waiting for? It’s a great song. All bluesy and rocky with – I think – a little tinge of Zeppelin hiding in there. If you’re new to Bonamassa, you could do much worse than start here.