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Joe Bonamassa Hits 'Overzealous Bouncer' With Guitar

12/13/2016
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Joe Bonamassa

(Classic Rock) Joe Bonamassa took action against an overzealous bouncer at his recent gig in Tulsa - prodding him on the head with his guitar, the music star revealed in a social media post.

The blues star took exception to the way one member of the security staff at the Brady Theatre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was dealing with the audience. And he promptly used his guitar to let the security worker know how he felt about it.

Bonamassa posted a picture to Instagram showing him taking action. In a caption alongside the picture, Bonamassa says: "To the bouncer who harassed one of our fans up front...that is why you can now tell your family and friends what a 51 Fender No-caster to the head feels like.

"Don't ever put hands on my fans again. Consider that a love tap reminder." Read more here.

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