Joe Bonamassa releases “A Conversation With Alice” single

Joe Bonamassa has released a new single called “A Conversation With Alice.” The track is featured on Bonamassa’s upcoming studio album, which is due out later this year. The new album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios.

“The song is derived by an experience I had a couple years ago when some friends of mine intervened and said ‘You know what Joe? You should go ahead and talk to someone about these problems you have that come up time and time again.’ So, I agreed. I went to see this lovely woman in Los Angeles, CA and began talking about my problems. After the second session I came to the conclusion that I was unrepairable and that the crazy in me makes me good at my job. I like being good at my job,” said Bonamassa.

Joe Bonamassa’s new single “A Conversation With Alice” is available to stream from all platforms via https://joeb.me/StreamAlice

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2 thoughts on “Joe Bonamassa releases “A Conversation With Alice” single

  • April 18, 2020 at 11:27 am
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    What a great song. Been a fan of Joe’s for a long time and this is a particularly poignant topic given the current situation everyone is facing.

    Our company MusicRow411 is supporting the MusiCares Covid-19 Relief Fund and I think I will write a blog post about your site and this song.

    Thanks so much!
    Beth Raebeck Hall
    Founder MusicRow411
    Grammy Nominee

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  • October 13, 2021 at 10:45 am
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    Yes, very important for big names to see the value in that setting, Joe was shown himself by this “Alice” person and that he is a broken person (as we all are to a degree) and, “by the way Joe now that know this, you must be in charge of it, manage it.” (Joe Bonamassa’s voice reminds me of Robin Trowers original bassist’s voice, James Dewars, check out Bridge of Sighs.

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