Monday, August 2, 2010

Black Country Communion releases song 'One Last Soul' to radio

The first song from Jason Bonham and his talented colleagues in the highly touted band Black Country Communion makes its radio debut today.

"One Last Soul," one of the tracks from the album expected in September, is to be released to the world today with the recording's broadcast premiere set for tonight's "Nicky Horne Show" on Planet Rock.

The song features the soaring lead vocals of Glenn Hughes, who was the Trapeze frontman and also had stints in Deep Purple and Black Sabbath. On guitar is Joe Bonamassa, and on organ is Derek Sherinian. Bonham joins them on drums.

Their album is called Black Country, the group's original name before "Communion" was added for legal reasons. Its release is scheduled for Sept. 20 in the U.K. on the Mascot record label and on Sept. 21 in the U.S. with the imprint of Bonamassa's label, J&R Adventures. A limited-edition double-disc pressing of the album is to include a bonus DVD with interviews of the band members, along with behind-the-scenes footage of the band in the recording studio with producer Kevin Shirley.

1 comment:

  1. I just heard the Jake Holms song. Thanks for posting it.

    Tell Jimmy to pay up.



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