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JoeSatriani What Happens Next

Joe Satriani Reveals What Happens Next

Guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani’s profile is set to skyrocket as a number of projects take flight over the next few months. These include a new instrumental album, What Happens Next, a new G3 tour over in the USA, plus documentaries and memoirs. What Happens Next will be Satriani’s sixteenth solo album and is scheduled to be released on 12th January 2018 through ...

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Black Country Communion – BCCIV

Time waits for no man it knows things go round in circles. Wait long enough and those missed opportunities might not feel like lost causes any more. In the entertainment business if you wear yourself ragged, stopping having hits films, records or books but stash enough away to hideaway out in oblivion the call may come in redefining you as ...

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Interview with Stone Broken at Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017

At Ramblin’ Man Fair we met up with the hard-working 4-piece hard rock band from Walsall — Stone Broken — who have just been announced they will act as support for rock legends Living Colour this autumn. They’ve already been on tour, this Spring, with Glenn Hughes and it seems the breakthrough UK hard rock act is going from strength-to-strength at ...

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Jared James Nichols at Ramblin’ Man Fair – “Black Magic is direct, raw, straight to the point”

Wisconsin-born, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and red-hot blues guitarist, Jared James Nichols returns this October with a new album Black Magic. He fronts a “power-trio” under his own name, with sounds based around the raw vision of late 1960s & early 1970s hard-rocking blues outfits such as Cream and Mountain. Over the last four years,  Jared James has shared stages with ...

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The Making of Black Country Communion’s BCCIV

With only two UK concerts planned for 2018 and their first album in five years not due until 22nd September Black Country Communion fans might well be craving greater musical satisfaction. While we can’t do anything to gratify your aural senses we can hopefully help let you know the band’s return should be worth the wait. Black Country Communion are ...

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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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Glenn Hughes Storyteller

At the Cafe de Paris in London on Saturday 25th February Glenn Hughes will be holding court for a very special Storytellers event taking place from noon until 4 PM. The former Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Trapeze and current Black Country Communion vocalist and bass player will espouse on his colourful career in music as part of a two-hour live interview ...

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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 – Ready To Resonate!

Currently in LA recording a new studio album with rock supergroup Black Country Communion, Glenn Hughes broke from sessions to speak about his rescheduled European tour. “I’m thrilled to be coming over to tour the UK and Europe this month and February,” said the vocalist/bass player. “My band will now be a four piece. On guitar is Søren Andersen, on drums Pontus Engborg, ...

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Glenn Hughes – Resonate

Review: Glenn Hughes – Resonate

They’d have us believe Resonate is one of the heaviest solo albums Glenn Hughes has produced.  If we mean heavy as in metal, that lies with Addiction. If we mean heavy as in the hippy vernacular, okay, I’ll go with the flow. To be sure, there’s plenty of sturm und drang going on between the grooves, and mainly from that ...

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