Black Country Communion Hit By Studio Fire

(Rock News Desk) Glenn Hughes is delighted that a fire in producer Kevin Shirley's Malibu studio didn't stop Black Country Communion complete recording work on their second album.

The blaze broke out in Shirley's Cave establishment, where he's worked with the likes of Deep Purple, Iron Maiden and Journey. The producer says: "I opened up this morning to thick, acrid smoke and a sideboard aflame. Miraculously there were no guitars lost, no masters affected and the studio is smelly but otherwise okay.

"We lost some furniture and need a big clean-up, but this is what's known as 'dodging a bullet'. Along with a baby rattlesnake outside the studio door last night, I think it's just too much energy in the Black Country Communion stuff." more on this story

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