Mike Ragogna: Joe, what's the Different Shades Of Blue story?
Joe Bonamossa: I wrote it in Nashville and we recorded in Vegas. I took the year off from recording last year because I wanted to write a whole record. That was really important. It's been a while since I did that kind of thing, so I had a good fundraiser in Nashville. Out here ...
There had been other 'fad' guitars during rock 'n' roll's earlier years.
In the early 1960s, the brief but crazy-popular Surf Instrumental era, Fender Stratocasters, Jazzmasters and Jaguars were essentially the three models played on about 97 percent of those wonderful reverb-drenched California guitars-only sonic extravaganzas.
Police call him "Grateful Doe," but all they really know, 18 years after he was found dead at the side of the road, is locked in a secret surrounding a handful of stray clues -- four quarters, two Grateful Dead ticket stubs, a BIC lighter and a cryptic note mentioning two people named "Caroline."
That's what police found at the crash scene on the afternoon of Monday ...
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