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BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION FREE DOWNLOAD TRACKS VIA PLANET ROCK AND BAND OF JOY DUE LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN ON PBS US TV

25 February 2011 3,829 views One Comment

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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 members of Planet Rock’s website by signing up to www.planetrock.com/vip. Once free membership has been activated, fans will have access to the free download, along with other VIP offers.  Additionally, fans will also be able to order tickets for Black Country Communion’s forthcoming UK summer concerts in July.
BCC, featuring Jason Bonham (drums), Joe Bonamassa (guitar, vocals), Derek Sherinian (keyboards) and Glenn Hughes (bass, vocals), woll play the following UK summer dates – Leeds O2 Academy (July 26), Newcastle O2 Academy (July 27), Glasgow O2 Academy (July 29) and Manchester Academy (July 30).  Ticket Hotline: 0871 230 1101, www.seetickets.com.

Robert Plant &d The Band Of Joy’s recent Nashville show at the War Memorial Auditorium was filmed and is due to be shown on US cable channel PBS, as part of its highly acclaimed “Live From the Artists Den” show which begins its third series in April. No actual date has be announced for when the Robert Plant & The Band of Joy show will be aired but here is a preview of what is instore:

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  • Kathleen Ford said:

    Robert Plant and the Band of Joy’s performance is to be aired on U.S. tv on April 22. Just read it on Robert’s website.

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