Bona-Fide Troubadour Patch
The word “Troubadour” originally referred to French poet-singers of the middle ages who would sing songs about chivalry and courtly love. Perhaps chivalry is dead, but the Troubadour has evolved to refer to anyone who is a singer, especially when it refers to a singer of folk songs. The blues, which evolved out of work songs and field hollers of black Americans and existed in performance only before it was eventually written down by people such as W.C. Handy, can therefore be looked at as a kind of folk music. All this to say that Joe Bonamassa is a troubadour. One hell of a troubadour. Honor the blues, the troubadour tradition, and Joe Bonamassa’s music with this cool new Bona-Fide Troubadour Patch today.
- Width: 3 - 7/8"
- Height: 4 - 1/16"
- Iron On Backing
How to Apply Patch:
- Set your standard iron or press to 300F/150C
- Place patch as desired
- Apply maximum pressure at heat setting for 20-30 seconds
- Allow glue to surface and cool onto garment for 1-2 minutes