Black Country Communion ~ Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham, Joe Bonamassa and Derek Sherinian made their live debut earlier this evening at The Civic Hall in Wolverhampton, UK. Playing almost their entire debut album to the sold out crowd, along with a couple of other numbers from Purple to Zeppelin, everyone was buzzin’ in the Black Country tonight 😎
Black Country Communion have made it to the Top 3 in both the ‘Albums of the Year‘ in the latest issue of UK magazine, Guitar and Bass, and the ‘Critics Choice Best Albums of 2010‘ in UK magazine, Classic Rock.
In addition, there is full BCC coverage in both, along with interviews, and even a song included on Classic Rock’s FREE monthly CD, so be sure and pick-up copies of both magazines when you can!
Black Country Communion – the world’s best new supergroup – have announced details of their 2010 debut UK live gigs, and you can now buy tickets TODAY!
Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, Derek Sherinian – Black Country Communion will be in the UK just after Christmas to play two live shows.
GENERAL SALE BEGINS TODAY from 9:00AM GMT (1:00AM PT / 4:00AM ET).
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29TH – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Venue Box Office: 0870 320 7000
Venue Address: North Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1RQ
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30TH – O2 London Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Venue Box Office: 0844 477 2000
Venue Address: Shepherd’s Bush Green, London, W12 8TT
Further details are available here:
Black Country Communion – the world’s best new supergroup – have announced details of their 2010 debut UK live gigs, and you can get tickets early on Planet Rock.
TODAY at 9:00AM GMT (1:00AM PT / 4:00AM ET)
…before tickets go on general sale on:
Friday, November 19th, 2010 at 9:00AM GMT (1:00AM PT / 4:00AM ET).
Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, Derek Sherinian – Black Country Communion will be in the UK just after Christmas to play two live shows 😎
Wednesday, December 29th – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Thursday, December 30th – O2 London Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Further details are available here:
Glenn and Black Country Communion in studio… from their soon to be released, debut album,
“Black Country“… ‘The Great Divide‘…
Black Country Communion are receiving glowing reviews from the European music press, in anticipation of their debut album, “Black Country“, later this month.
The latest issues of Metal Hammer, Total Guitar, Powerplay Magazine and Keyboard Player Magazine feature full album reviews, interviews with Glenn, Joe Bonamassa, Derek Sherinian and more! These will certainly wet your appetite for what’s arriving soon!
On newstands soon! Check ’em out!!
Just a reminder, Glenn and the rest of Black Country Communion will be the featured guests on the nationally syndicated radio show Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday September 8, 2010 at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm ET.
Fans are encouraged to speak with the band by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For a station near you and for information regarding how to log onto the Internet for the broadcast go to www.RocklineRadio.com. This broadcast will be available for 2 weeks on the Rockline website beginning the evening of the day following the show.
Also checkout… http://bccommunion.com/talk-live 😎
Guitarist Magazine (UK) has just published 10 pages on Black Country Communion in their September issue!
The issue, which hits the newsstands this week, features:
– Glenn Hughes and Joe Bonamassa in a cover flash – “Together in Rock”
– The lead preview on the Contents page of the magazine
– 4 page feature on Glenn Hughes about BCC
– 4 page feature on Joe Bonamassa about BCC
Be sure and pick-up a copy when you can!
Be sure and head over to the website of Glenn’s new band, Black Country Communion, and grab your FREE download of the song, “One Last Soul“. Use promo code OLS2010
You’ll also find some exclusive items such as T-Shirts and Packages for the forthcoming CD/DVD bundle of their debut album, “Black Country“.
Hurry while supplies last!
A couple of new Black Country Communion interviews with Glenn have recently been made available… 😎
“I’ll put this album toe to toe with a Who album or Zeppelin album though that might come across as being arrogant but dammit I’ve sold a lot of records man, I’ve been around for a lot of years and I said to Joe, I said man, you could be my son but I said “Joe, there are a few sure things in life and this is one of them.”
“I have so much music inside me, and as long as I’m compelled to make music I shall do so..the voice is in great shape, and physically I can still pull it off..I think I’ll know when the time has come, but right now, how I feel and write, that day is a long way off..the energy from BCC has really invigorated me. There’s plenty left in the tank.”
“The future because the past has gone for me. I’m not one to relive it, not one for nostalgialise. I am one of the artists in rock that pushes the boat out every year. A bit of a chameleon and I like to challenge myself and I’ve gone back to my roots. I’ve gone back to the voice of rock kind of thing.”
(scroll half-way down page – also includes some words on BCC from Joe Bonamassa)