Black Country Communion Feud Goes Online (A Top Story)

On Monday Black Country Communion Feud Goes Online was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) The feud between Glenn Hughes and Joe Bonamassa over the future of Black Country Communion has gone public, with the pair indulging in a brief exchange on Twitter.

The supergroup's future has been in doubt since frontman Hughes warned he was ready to quit, saying he was frustrated with Bonamassa's solo career meaning they couldn't tour their new album, Afterglow.

On Friday, Bonamassa tweeted: "I am very sorry about the Black Country Communion canceled gig. But principle still stands for something in 2012. I ready to move on."

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