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Discussion in 'Norlin Years' started by Giblespaul2001, Dec 6, 2017.
Greenville SC... well done
Saw him a few weeks ago, he was fantastic as usual.
OK...I'm not a Joe basher, but....
Is that his confirmation suit?
Looks like it's been several years since that one fit.
Maybe it's too many Waffle House breakfasts on tour.
Pants did seem a little SNUG
Sleeves are cut short so the cuff links don't scar them Vintage 'Bursts..............
I don't get it. How is he is this famous, yet has not had one song I have heard on the radio??? SRV had many.
Since this thread is in the Norlin section, I might as well post this...
Joe doesn't really seem to be for "the masses" yet. More of a guitarists' guitarist. Whether you like his choice of music or not, his skills should certainly be appreciated, as well as his passion for keeping the genre of "crankin' electric guitar" alive. He's definitely earned my respect! Funny thing is that he looks like he enjoys singing as much, if not more than actually playing the guitar! When singing, he appears to allow the door to his soul to crack open, just a little bit.
Just My $.02,
I just find it annoying how much he whores himself out for an endless amount of crappy guitar related products.
Why does that concern you? Don't buy 'em, let the market decide.
I'm not a fan of his music, but I appreciate his talent and passion. He obviously loves what he does and seems like a cool guy. Really cool of him to endeavor to keep guitar music alive and to bring those vintage guitars out for everyone to enjoy. They're like time capsules.
I like Joe. I was at the Greenville concert. Don't remember how many times I've seen him live.
He was a trooper for putting it out there while he was sick. Sang sharp the whole time. Sound was not good. Never is in that venue.
It was kinda meh for us. The combination of horns and backup singers and the Tele was a little harsh on the ears.
The 3rd song he played with the burst was the highlight for me. Solo at the end was like his old self.
I realize players need to expand and grow. I came and payed to see Joe shred a Les Paul and be my blues rock hero.......didn't happen this time
I don't really see that. A couple of sig guitars and maybe a fuzz pedal. Didn't Rudy Sarzo have something like three signature basses from three different manufacturers all AT THE SAME TIME ?? Now that was a little excessive.
I don't really have anything against the guy. I just don't understand how come he is so famous when he has not written one memorable song. Its bizzare. I can see guys play like he does any night of the week at open mic nights.
His work with Beth Hart is tops. I do admire him for making his way on his terms. Possibly why there isn't more of his work in the mainstream.
He has a hair make up and fashion blog