Joe Bonamassa Wanted Blues And Desperation For New Album

(Classic Rock) Joe Bonamassa has revealed the name he'd planned for his second album of all-original material - but his label say it's changed since he spoke. The follow-up to 2014's Different Shades Of Blue is to be released on March 25, after recording sessions were completed in Nashville last year.

He'd said the record was originally set to be called Blues And Desperation, but representatives later reported that the final name wouldn't be revealed until later this month.

Bonamassa told the Morning Call: "It's bluesy. It's big, and it's got a cool title. It was written in Nashville and recorded mostly as a power quartet - two drums, bass and guitar. It was a lot of fun." Read more here.

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