Sturgill Simpson “Bell Bottom Blues” into “The Promise” Live at Old Fruit Market, Glasgow 1/31/2020
Sturgill Simpson “Bell Bottom Blues” into “The Promise” Live at Old Fruit Market, Glasgow, Scotland, January 31, 2020.Sturgill Simpson – lead guitar and vocalsChuck Bartels – bass guitar Bobby Emmett – keyboards Miles Miller – drums, percussion, backing vocals This show at The Old Fruit Market in Glasgow was the eighth of nine shows during a European tour with his full band. This tour originated in Copenhagen , Denmark on January 21, 20202 and ended on February 1, 2020 in Dublin, Ireland. Sturgill and his band were supported by Tyler Childers and the Food Stamps during their 2020 tour throughout the United States which began on February 21, 2020 in Birmingham, Alabama, and was cut short due to the Covid-19 outbreak, ending abruptly on March 13 , 2020 in Hampton, Virginia.Please support our incredible artists by going out again to see them live in concert, buying their albums, telling your friends about them, sharing this video, and purchasing their merch.Did you know that just one CD or vinyl sale earns more income for an artist than 200 hours of streaming? One $20-$25 album earns about the same as the royalties paid on 5000 track streams. Buy the merch. www.SturgillSimpsom.comWant to smoke at playing bass, the way Chuck Bartels does? You actually can. Learn how to play guitar from music royalty and a really great guy: www.livelessonmasters.com/ChuckBartels"Bell Bottom Blues" is a song written by Eric Clapton and Bobby Whitlock and performed by the band Derek and the Dominos. It is an expression of Clapton's unrequited love for Pattie Boyd, the wife of his friend George Harrison, and appears on the 1970 double album "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs"."The Promise" is a song by the British band When in Rome, and was written by all three band members, Clive Farrington, Andrew Mann and Michael Floreale. First released in 1987 on 10 Records, "The Promise" is the lead single from their self-titled debut album.