On December 29 Black Country Communion played their first public gig in the heart of Black Country — English city of Wolverhampton. The setlist was:
One Last Soul
Revolution In Me
Too Late For The Sun
Song Of Yesterday
Ballad Of John Henry
The Great Divide
The local paper Express & Star has a rather enthusiastic review of the gig:
The 3,000-strong Civic crowd took up Cannock-born Hughes’ battle cry: “I am a messenger, this is my prophecy, I’m going back . . . to the Black Country.” From there it was no holds barred as the band ripped through almost all of its self-titled debut album, Hughes continuing to justify his “Voice of Rock” reputation.
Read more and see the photo gallery at Express & Star.
In other news, Glenn Hughes have just confirmed another extensive solo tour of the UK scheduled for May. Full details in our tourdates calendar. An exclusive presale is available from 9:00AM January 5th via www.ents24.com. General sale date is set for January 7th available through www.seetickets.com and www.thegigcartel.com.
Thanks to Daniel Bengtsson and Express & Star for the info.