Gary Clark Jr. has much kindness in his heart, sharing with us “Numb”, the first release off his upcoming album Blak and Blu. The versatile guitarist has been lighting up the stage all year, and has gained a massive following thanks to his captivating live performances. While being reminded of Boston’s unfortunate weather today, I had the revelation that “Numb” is truly an ode to Boston’s soon-to-come, winter weather. And with Gary Clark Jr. having two November performances in Cambridge, it only makes sense that this would be on his mind. The song begins with gritty and heavy guitar playing, as Clark continues to prove his worth in comparison to the likes of Hendrix. Mr. Clark then begins his tempestuous ode to Boston’s weather, “I’m numb, yeah woman I can’t feel a thing,” but much my like myself, Clark finds himself drawn back to that which numbs him. Such a love/hate relationship gets emotional, and Gary Clark Jr.’s guitar takes a beating from it’s owner as a result. In an effort to keep him from going numb during his 2-day stint at the Sinclair in Cambridge (11/2-3), let us fill the venue with a crowd as rowdy as this guitar playing (see below).