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Well once again the staying power of Led Zeppelin has been well and truly demonstrated with the incredible reaction to the news of the release of the first three reissues. The column inches racked up, both across the net and in hard print has been pretty phenomenal. Headlines such as the Independent’s ”Led Zeppelin are back with a whole lotta rock’’ emphasising that fact that this band is always in the present tense. All three of the super deluxe box sets entered the top ten Amazon …
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At a sun blessed setting in London’s Victoria Park last night, Black Country Communion made a triumphant appearance at the Classic Rock High Voltage Festival.
The remorseless bass riffing of Black Country was met with huge applause from the crowd and it was quickly apparent that this was a band ready to take proceedings up to a level that did justice to the festival name. From there the loose loping groove of One Last Soul confirmed their intent and at the centre of it all was Glenn Hughes. …
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It’s gearing up to be a TBL summer of mass consumption with an outpouring of new TBL product due. Firstly Tight But Loose issue 29 is ready to go. This first issue of the 2011 subscription is another action packed affair. The magazine will be distributed over the next few days.If you are a 2010 subscriber your subscription ended with issue 28.
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In an exclusive interview with Dave Lewis for the forthcoming TBL magazine, Glenn Hughes reveals that the new Black Country Communion album has a darker theme lyrically:
‘’For me the lyrics are darker. As usual I began with nothing but a blank canvas. After we recorded the last song for the first album which was Too Late For the Sun, the tank was empty. So I am upstairs in my studio, the old lady’s sleeping, the dogs are downstairs, and the house was quiet. That was when I …
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It was great to be back in the vacinity of those May daze of 1975 this week when a visit to the London Trade Book Fair took me back to Earls Court. Coming out of the tube and seeing that grand old building come into view is like catching up on some much missed distant relation. It will be a shame of this monument to so many historic occasions is allowed to disappear under the bulldozer in the name of so called progress.
I was at the fair with my good …
Black Country Communion, featuring the talents of bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes, blues rock guitarist/vocalist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham, and keyboardist Derek Sherinian, have released the artwork for their much-anticipated second album “2”. The album will be released in the UK and Europe on June 13th by Mascot Records and in America on June 14th by J&R Adventures.
Tracklisting for the new album is as follows: The Outsider, Man In The Middle, I Can See Your Sprit, The Battle For Hadrians Wall, Save Me, Cold, Smokestack Woman, Faithless, An Ordinary Son, Little …
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Black Country Communion have joined forces with Planet Rock, the UK’s leading classic rock radio station, to offer rock fans the opportunity to download two exclusive freelive Black Country Communion tracks.
The tracks, “Black Country” and “One Last Soul,” were originally recorded live in front of a specially invited audience at John Henry’s, London on September 20th2010. The live recordings have been exclusively mixed for Planet Rock by BCC’s producer, Kevin Shirley.
To be eligible to download the live tracks, rock fans are being asked to become VIP …
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Black Country Communion have announced details of four UK headline summer concerts they will be performing in the North of England, following their appearance at London’s High Voltage Festival at Victoria Park on Sunday July 24th.
The four piece rock band comprised of Joe Bonamassa (guitar, vocals), Jason Bonham (drums), Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass) and Derek Sherinian (keyboards), play Leeds O2 Academy (Tuesday 26th July), Newcastle O2 Academy (Wednesday 27th July), Glasgow O2 Academy (Friday 29th July) and Manchester Academy (Saturday 30th July).
A special ticket pre-sale will be available to O2 …
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Black Country Communion were voted the Planet Rock Band Of The Year last week stealing the title away from regular winners Iron Maiden, who were second followed by Muse and Slash. Planet Rock commented “The first rule of supergroups is that they must be a crushing disappointment. Black Country Communion obviously didn’t get the memo and despite playing just two unbelievable concerts this year they have beaten several very big bands to win this category by some margin. An excellent album, several musicians at the top of their game, …
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Black Country Communion – Shepherd’s Bush Empire London -December 30th 2010
One Last Soul
Revolution In Me
Too Late For The Sun
Song of Yesterday
The Ballad of John Henry
Drum solo >
Black Country (Reprise)
Black Country Communion gave a first class lesson in the art classic rock at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire last night.
From the moment Genn Hughes chugging bass line kick started the incessant riff of Black Country, through to a triumphant rework of Deep Purple’s Burn, the band held the audience in the palm of their hand.