I'm not a new fan but new to the forum. My son and I saw Joe B live in Richmond, Virginia. We went together to hear him not long after my husband died in a tragic accident. My husband was a ridiculous blues fan and loved Joe long before I knew his name. He had promised to take me to the concert for my birthday but sadly didn't live to fulfill that promise, so my son did it! Needless to say the evening was amazing and a memorable night for us both. I cried that night, and I sure do understand the blues these days...but I know somewhere Mike was watching and loved it! I hope Joe comes back to Richmond some day! He has a fan for life!
So sorry for your loss. Music is a very healing and comforting art if you only let it in. I am so glade you have found Joes music. Joe and his music has helped me in a profound way to long to discuss here. I am lucky to call him my friend.
God bless cheers Ron
"Joe B saved my soul, forever grateful Ron"
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