Black Country Communion's Final Show?
Glenn Hughes, Joe Bonamassa, John Bonham and Derek Sherinian have made three albums in their two-year existence under the guidance of producer Kevin Shirley. The last of those, Afterglow, is released on October 29 – and Hughes recently explained he'd been left with most of the writing duties because Bonamassa was too busy with his solo career.
That, plus the fact the blues guitarist doesn't have time for more tour dates with BCC, has led Hughes to speculate the band might be over. He said: "I need to be in a band that tours on a regular basis. If I had a magic wand I'd wave it over everybody's head and go, 'Hey, you guys, we're going to go and do 200 shows and we're going to be a huge rock'n'roll band globally.' It's not gonna happen."
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