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‘I hate to break it to you’: Glenn Hughes all but confirms demise of Black Country Communion

‘I hate to break it to you’: Glenn Hughes all but confirms demise of Black Country Communion

Glenn Hughes, the 61-year-old frontman for Black Country Communion, has all but confirmed the the all-star rock amalgam’s breakup — while giving a clearer idea yet about what’s tearing the group asunder.

'Ready to move on': Is Joe Bonamassa's busy solo career going to be the end of Black Country Communion?

A feud between Glenn Hughes and Joe Bonamassa is apparently behind the cancellation of Black Country Communion’s only scheduled show in the UK — and might yet be the end of the rock supergroup.

Something Else! sneak peek: Black Country Communion – Afterglow (2012)

The star-stuffed Black Country Communion is set to release its third album, called Afterglow, On October 30, 2012. Meanwhile, they’ve offered behind-the-scenes access into the sessions.

Check out tentative set list for Rock n Roll Allstars tour, featuring members of Kiss, Def Leppard, Guns n' Roses, others

The Rock n Roll AllStars — a group featuring members of Kiss, Def Leppard, Guns n’ Roses and Alice in Chains, among others — have confirmed the lineup for a series of shows

Massive Titans of Rock tour will include members of Guns n' Roses, Def Leppard, Kiss, Metallica, others

An armada of metal standouts will join forces for an unprecedented tour aptly titled Titans of Rock, including members of Guns n’ Roses, Def Leppard, Deep Purple, Kiss, Metallica and others.

Nick DeRiso’s Top Albums for 2011: Jazz Rock and Fusion Jazz

There are records that are frankly too loud to be jazz, and swing too much to be rock. This is the slot for those things — a place where you’ll find everyone from Tony Levin and Derek Sherinian from Black Country Communion to Nels Cline and Bill Frisell.

Derek Sherinian – Oceana (2011)

Derek Sherinian, known for his work both with Black Country Communion and Dream Theater, is a keyboardist. It’s worth repeating, under your breath, as the forthcoming guitar-heavy Oceana spins

Black Country Communion – Black Country Communion 2 (2011)

I can still remember a time when hard rock bands played music that had a lot of soul, meaning and depth. When the music meant more than the image. When listening to them lifted you up, not brought you down.

Something Else! sneak peek: Black Country Communion 2 (2011)

On Tuesday, the hard-rock supergroup Black Country Communion’s 2 drops, and you best believe it’s gonna get the SER Lowdown

The Best of 2010, Part 1: The Mainstream

The Best of 2010, Part 1: The Mainstream

From where I sit, Roky Erickson’s True Love Cast Out All Evil qualifies for the comeback record of the year. by Pico We begin this series by covering the kind of music most music critics cover when making lists: the Great Mainstream. What defines “mainstream” depends on who you ask, naturally. I slot all rock, soul and pop here, includingRead More

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