Never Give All Your Heart

Album: Different Shades Of Blue (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • This hard-rocking Different Shades Of Blue cut was co-written by Bonamassa with Journey's Jonathan Cain.

    "He's a real deep musician," the blues-rock guitarist noted to Billboard magazine. "He knows the blues really well. He gets typecast 'cause he's in Journey, but when you say, 'Let's write something like Free with Paul Rodgers, he's like, 'Yeah, I'm into that!' and it just came out."

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