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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by Ricochet, Oct 26, 2020.
Rockin the Country Club. Hating commencing in 3, 2, 1...
" Joe B " .....ya scared me for a minute . Darn good thing there's a harmonica in it too
Pretty good one too. Errol Linton, ring a bell Rich?
No but I like him . Thanks for the turn on , watching it again now
I liked it, so no hating coming from here in 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . .
He's fine with me.
Can't decide if I hate him or love him.
GREAT new one from Joe.
I'm a long term fan and don't hold grudges.
For a man who 10 years ago made a silly throw away line about Gretsch he sure does play a lot of them now
Joe B has an interesting show on PBS called "The World of Guitar". He grew up around guitars as his Dad collected/bought & sold them. Guitars are pretty much in his blood.
There's a lot to like about Joe B. He tours constantly, records a lot, has a great guitar and amp collection, is an absolute gear nut, by all accounts a nice guy, plays with many other musicians, technically very talented, etc ... His music is pretty bland and uninspiring IMHO however. Don't hate him but own none of his music.
I live 12 miles from Utica, NY where he grew up. I've taken lessons from and am friends with a fellow who worked in Lenny's store and has known Joe since he was a kid.
I have heard plenty of stories about Joe, wouldn't walk across the street to meet him and it has nothing to do with his chops. Just my 2 centavos.
Lol, I can forgive his youthful mouthing off. Actions speak louder than words, and either re really likes this guitar, or his music video team does.
Stories have nothing to do with his youth - his adult behavior. YMMV
Joe is one of the best "commercial" blues pop, white guys, out there. His gear wonk nerdiness is entertaining but his "American Pickers" schtick with Norm @ Norms guitar is kinda laughable. I have never underated his technical ability to play guitar.
A repainted Electromatic?
Not sure if you’re joking but Vintage Country Club
JB in general or the song?
He may have assumed the role of hardest working man in show business.
Joe and Beth Hart (another prodigy) together are magic.
Enjoyable - quite so.