Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Jason Bonham one week away from tour announcement

One more week, says Jason Bonham.
Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience is hitting the road in October, and the 30 dates for the tour may be announced as early as next week. Bonham spoke about his concert tour, a tribute to his late father, in an in-studio appearance on the Fox News show "Red Eye."

The drummer reiterated that he wasn't going to spill the beans in advance about what musicians would be joining him onstage on the tour. Bonham didn't mention that the bass player's identity was slipped in an online interview published yesterday (spoiler alert).

Two U.S. concerts for Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience have already been announced: Oct. 20 in Milwaukee, Wis., and Oct. 21 in Merrillville, Ind. Tickets to the latter show are already on sale, and the Milwaukee date goes on sale Aug. 20 (with a pre-sale on Aug. 18).

Watch the full interview here.

In the meantime, Bonham's other band -- Black Country Communion -- has released its first single in advance of the album release slated for Sept. 20 in the U.K. and Sept. 21 in the U.S. Free downloads of the song "One Last Soul" are available for a limited time, with a promo code, at the group's official website.

In the U.K., pre-orders of the group's debut album have made the disc No. 6 on Amazon UK's album pre-order chart (with Robert Plant's Band of Joy at No. 3).

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