Re: When you hear Joe playing on the radio

it is good to know that some out there are playing his music, what...the begining of the 20 year arrival? my son and I are in Alabama and sans satellite, if we hear JB on the regular radio it would probably signal the endtimes. So, exposure is good, many more converted to the Bonamafia (my pick), and maybe they could vary it a bit and play some other tracks. As is, sadly, all of our Joe is at work and home.

"Every day I feel is a blessing from God, and I consider it a new beginning.....yeah, everything is beautiful"...... Prince

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Wooders wrote:

I'm currently listening to Gary Moore's Blues Power show on Planet Rock (highly recommended - see timings below) and earlier GM played Lonesome Road Blues from TBOJH. Now, I don't want to be mischievous, but he didn't make any mention of Joe or the song title before or after playing it. Makes me wonder if he was playing it because he was told to.

Gary's show is on Sunday (evenings in the UK) at the following times and you can listen live via the net at: http://www.planetrock.com/

2.00pm-4.00pm on the East Coast (EST)
1.00pm-3.00pm in Chicago (CST)
11.00am-1.00pm on the West Coast (PST)
8.00pm-10.00pm in Europe (CET) (except UK, Ireland & Portugal where it's GMT)

He's just played So Many Roads by Otis Rush. smile

I walked into our local HMV record store at 9.45 yesterday morning to be met by the strains of "Stop" from TBOJH coming from the shop PA. As it is the same in every HMV nationwide, it's great to know that TBOJH is getting some good exposure. Stop may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it should ensure Joe's playing reaches a wider audience and hopefully they'll become long term fans, like us. wink

Phil



didn't know he had a radio show... i shall start listening to it.


long live gazza

if i was a woman, i would be his girlfriend

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This evening I finally got the bug out of the computer and could listen to net radio. First thing I tried, just to see if the patch worked, was Phoenix Radio. After midnight there. Lo and behold, the first 6 tunes were a medley of Mr. Joe Bonamassa's tunes from 5 different albums! The heck with local broadcast radio. They Rock! It was still running when I had to leave. Straight Joe.
Rick

Free download from Vienna! http://mbsy.co/bNLR
Lots of unique videos of Joe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwd5vL8fXTw
Buy Joe's merchandise here. http://www.jbonamassa.com/affiliates/id … hp?id=1381

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Rick, it sounds like Phoenix is definitley our kind of radio station. A great find. You should mail them and congratulate them on their taste.  smile

Tripod, I'm sorry to tell you that GM's Blues show on Planet Rock ceased sometime ago, around the time Joe started his shows on PR. Good luck with the gender reassignment.  lol

Phil

Ars Longa, Vita Brevis

“The guy who has helped the blues industry the most is Joe Bonamassa and I would say he is more rock than some rock stuff, so to me blues is whatever you want it to be!”
Simon McBride in my interview with him in Blues Matters! Issue #56

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Wooders, one of our own introduced Phoenix to us, Blues in the Night, is a member with a show on the station. It is a public station in Halifax. http://www.phoenixfm.co.uk/welcome.htm is the link. My hit was at about 0100 GMT and I shot the station a quick em telling them how they ROCKED! Since that is just when I get home from work, it will be dialed in frequently.
Rick

Free download from Vienna! http://mbsy.co/bNLR
Lots of unique videos of Joe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwd5vL8fXTw
Buy Joe's merchandise here. http://www.jbonamassa.com/affiliates/id … hp?id=1381

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Wooders wrote:

Rick, it sounds like Phoenix is definitley our kind of radio station. A great find. You should mail them and congratulate them on their taste.  smile

Tripod, I'm sorry to tell you that GM's Blues show on Planet Rock ceased sometime ago, around the time Joe started his shows on PR. Good luck with the gender reassignment.  lol

Phil



sad

Re: When you hear Joe playing on the radio

Planet Rock played Wandering Earth about 30mins ago.

Re: When you hear Joe playing on the radio

I just missed it, how did it sound?

triggermala wrote:

Planet Rock played Wandering Earth about 30mins ago.

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Superb as always. Cant way to recieve the album.

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Spanish Boots just on planet rock. Quite heavy but loved it.

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WTUE in Dayton, Ohio is heavily promoting Joe's concert (they use "Burning Hell" in the advertisement). They mention Joe's huge fan following in the area, but the station still won't play his music, which isn't surprising. One local band was on MTV for six months before a local radio station would play their music.

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All on Planet Rock

Friday, 5th March

Nicky Horne played Quarryman’s Lament. Afterwards he said “He does like his Quarrymen”. Then, with a chuckle in his voice, quickly retracted the statement. lol

Sunday, 7th March

David Jensen also played Quarryman’s Lament on his morning show, followed by another DJ playing Ball Peen Hammer later in the morning.

Joe certainly is getting a lot of exposure on PR nowadays. I’m sure it’s not entirely due to him being a DJ there, but it probably helps.  wink

Phil

Ars Longa, Vita Brevis

“The guy who has helped the blues industry the most is Joe Bonamassa and I would say he is more rock than some rock stuff, so to me blues is whatever you want it to be!”
Simon McBride in my interview with him in Blues Matters! Issue #56

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I'm a alittle bummed because I was listening to the local classic rock station the other day. as i've said before they only play old classic rock and its very frustrating because many djs know and love Joe's music and even mention him when in the news but this one DJ was talking about the Crossroads gig coming up and didn't mention Joe. I hate the feeling but I can't help but wonder if they had been specifically forbidden to mention Joe's name or something. it seemed very unnatural, esp. given the other artists mentioned. its probably my imagination but oh well mumble  roll   hmm   sad

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Jane H. wrote:

I'm a alittle bummed because I was listening to the local classic rock station the other day. as i've said before they only play old classic rock and its very frustrating because many djs know and love Joe's music and even mention him when in the news but this one DJ was talking about the Crossroads gig coming up and didn't mention Joe. I hate the feeling but I can't help but wonder if they had been specifically forbidden to mention Joe's name or something. it seemed very unnatural, esp. given the other artists mentioned. its probably my imagination but oh well mumble  roll   hmm   sad

I was disappointed when I saw a little article in Rolling Stone mentioning the Crossroads lineup and he was omitted as well.  Not that I expect anyone with taste to be writing at Rolling Stone these days....jeeze.

CarljMD

Takers get the honey, givers sing the blues

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Wooders wrote:

All on Planet Rock

Friday, 5th March

Nicky Horne played Quarryman’s Lament. Afterwards he said “He does like his Quarrymen”. Then, with a chuckle in his voice, quickly retracted the statement. lol

Sunday, 7th March

David Jensen also played Quarryman’s Lament on his morning show, followed by another DJ playing Ball Peen Hammer later in the morning.

Joe certainly is getting a lot of exposure on PR nowadays. I’m sure it’s not entirely due to him being a DJ there, but it probably helps.  wink

Phil

hey Phil, for some reason the listen later player won't let me play friday's archive. are you sure about sunday? i skipped around in the Jensen show and heard Ball Peen so I was wondering if I might find Quarryman's Lament in the show before his? thanks!!!!

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Hi Jane,

I'm afraid it was my wife who heard the track played on David Jensen's show, not me. She's notoriously unreliable when it comes to naming Joe's stuff she's heard on the radio. The brainwashing is clearly not working.  lol

I'm unable to listen to Planet Rock at work (where I am now), but will try tonight if I have time.

Phil

Ars Longa, Vita Brevis

“The guy who has helped the blues industry the most is Joe Bonamassa and I would say he is more rock than some rock stuff, so to me blues is whatever you want it to be!”
Simon McBride in my interview with him in Blues Matters! Issue #56

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Re: When you hear Joe playing on the radio

i found it
go to
http://www.planetrock.co.uk/
and click the listen later then go to sunday the 7th and go to Jensen's Dimension and it starts arund 146:30 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Jane H. wrote:

i found it
go to
http://www.planetrock.co.uk/
and click the listen later then go to sunday the 7th and go to Jensen's Dimension and it starts arund 146:30 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

update - its the Mark Jeeves show not jensen's  dimension!