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Ramblin’ Man Glenn

Glenn Hughes has been announced in this years lineup for the Ramblin’ Man Fair. His interview was recently posted on their website to promote the appearance. The interview briefly covers his whole career, from Trapeze to Black Country Communion IV (that’s how the new album will be called — “We wanted to call it IV […]

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In the white room with purple curtains

Glenn Hughes spoke to Australian magazine Loud promoting his upcoming tour with Music of Cream. He also mentioned that the new Black Country Communion album is due in mid September, and some sort of Purple-related movie is in the works (although it’s not clear whether it will be a documentary or based-on-real-events feature film). Q: […]

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BCC back in the studio

Glenn Hughes reports via his Twitter that Joe Bonamassa, Jason Bonham, Derek Sherinian, and himself are back in the studio and recording a new Black Country Communion album, with Kevin Shirley producing.

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BCC may or may not tour

Classic Rock has a few quotes from Glenn Hughes, the gist of which boils down to that he will be busy touring with his solo album, consequently Black Country Communion might not be touring after the new album is released. I have no idea whether there will be a tour from BCC. There may well […]

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Writing BCC4

Glenn Hughes posted on his Facebook page that him and Joe Bonamassa have started writing new music for an upcoming Black Country Communion album (scheduled for release in May 2017): Here we go #BCC friends – followers & fans .. Here is @joebonamassa and I @glennhughesonline ?we started writing BCC4 at my LA home today […]

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Cheers to the open lines

Glenn Hughes spoke recently to the Hard Rock Haven. He talked about his new solo album (by the by, it is called Resonate and will be released on November 4), Black Country Communion upcoming reunion (studio sessions are planned for January 3-11 next year with tentative release on May 21), Coverdale’s Purple Album (“David and […]

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BCC rising from the ashes?

Extra! Extra! Looks like the supergroup Black Country Communion that imploded in late 2012 / early 2013 over what at the time seemed to be irreconcilable differences, might rise from the ashes some time next year. Glenn Hughes posted this on his Facebook today, April 20: The lads …to quote Joe this morning …”maybe it’s […]

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BCC (as we know it) is over

In a recent interview to PremierGuitar Joe Bonamassa says that his involvement with the Black Country Communion is over: As far as I’m concerned, my involvement is pretty much done, and I’ll tell you why: Originally, I did it for the same reasons I did the stuff with Beth Hart and Rock Candy Funk Party—it […]

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The Black Country Confusion

Jeb Wright of Classic Rock Revisited interviewed Glenn Hughes in an attempt to shed the light on comings and goings of the band known as BCC: […]Now you know why I became frustrated and went into this, “God damn it, I just wish we could take this on the road” rant. Jason, Derek and I […]

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Loose lips sink ships

Glenn Hughes spoke to the Classic Rock magazine and revealed that it was his Twitter tirade that caused cancellation of Black Country Communion one-off gig in Wolverhampton, originally scheduled for January 5: I was getting killed by a lot of my friends and fans in the Black Country for the ticket prices. I went on […]

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