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[1 Oct 2010 | Comments Off on Joe Bonamassa: I Gloat, You Get Free Stuff | 5,625 views]
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 …

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[4 May 2010 | Comments Off on Omar Rodríguez-López and John Frusciante – Free Album Download | 7,433 views]
Omar Rodríguez-López and John Frusciante – Free Album Download

Omar Rodríguez-López (guitarist from The Mars Volta) and John Frusciante (erstwhile Red Hot Chili Peppers’ guitarist) have recorded an album together.
And, best of all, it’s available for free download.
That said, donations are encouraged and, while not required, it would be nice if anyone that downloaded gave a little.  All donations received will be re-donated to ‘Keep Music In Schools’.  Also, consider that any donation, however small, encourages this sort of distribution model and can’t hurt in the fight to get record companies to realise there are alternatives to nabbing as …

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[6 Oct 2009 | Comments Off on Kats Karavan – John Peel Box Set | 3,404 views]
Kats Karavan – John Peel Box Set

News is beginning to make the rounds of the internet concerning the release of Kats Karavan a 4-CD box set of music from the legendary John Peel’s radio shows. Readers outside of the UK and Ireland may be unaware of Peel but he was a household name for forty-odd years, renowned for playing a massively eclectic mix of music from new and upcoming artists and bands. It’s no exaggeration to say that he provided the first radio broadcasts for many hundreds of artists.
Spanning the years from 1968 to his death …

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