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Black Country Communion announce new album ‘BCCIV’

Black Country Communion have announced they will play two exclusive concerts in Europe in January 2018 to support the release of their forthcoming new album BCCIV due on Friday 22nd September, with ‘Collide’ the first single taken from it alongside a music video just released. The band will hit the Black Country to play Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Tuesday 2nd January and then take the ...

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Live: Glenn Hughes, The Robin 2, Bilston

Sly & the Family Stone pour out of the house PA, singing about ‘A Family Affair’. It’s fitting. There’s a sense of déjà vu at the Robin 2 tonight; there usually is when Glenn Hughes plays his native Black Country. You’ll regularly catch sight of other musicians who still live locally, maybe a retired footballer and a stand-up comic and ...

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Glenn Hughes Knows How to… Let it Shine!

Glenn Hughes has released his second single ‘Let It Shine’ on YouTube, taken from his forthcoming album Resonate released on Friday 4th November by Frontiers Music Srl. Featuring Hughes on vocals and bass with his regular band of Soren Andersen (guitar) and Pontus Enborg (drums), plus new keyboard player Lachy Doley, ‘Let It Shine’ follows on his first single, previously previewed at Ramzine, ‘Heavy’.  With the Resonate album’s release date set to ...

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Glenn Hughes reveals details of new solo album ‘Resonate’

Following summer festivals and solo shows in the USA, UK and Europe, alongside the imminent return of Black Country Communion, Glenn Hughes will release Resonate, his first solo album in over eight years, to coincide with his November UK tour. Hughes’ twelfth album of original solo material, Resonate will be released on Friday 4th November 2016 through Frontiers Music Srl. It will be ...

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Live Review: Glenn Hughes, Tyne Theatre, Newcastle

There are very few people who can claim: they have played in several influential rock bands and continue to tour, packing out venues, 40 years on.  Glenn Hughes is one of these people. Tonight Glenn played to the Tyne theatre filled with adoring fans. The way rock music, and the music industry in general has changed in the past four ...

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