The critically acclaimed Anglo-American rock supergroup Black Country Communion is pleased to announce a series of four UK headline summer concerts in the North of England, following their appearance at London’s High Voltage Festival at Victoria Park on Sunday July 24th.
The four piece rock band comprised of Joe Bonamassa (guitar, vocals), Jason Bonham (drums), Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass) and Derek Sherinian (keyboards), play Leeds O2 Academy (Tuesday 26th July), Newcastle O2 Academy (Wednesday 27th July), Glasgow O2 Academy (Friday 29th July) and Manchester Academy (Saturday 30th July).
A special ticket pre-sale will be available to O2 Academy Priority subscribers from Wednesday 2nd February at 9am. To become an O2 Academy Priority customer please register at www.o2blueroom.co.uk. Tickets will then go on sale to the general public from 9am GMT on Friday 4th February.
Black Country Communion’s self-titled debut album was originally released during September 2010 to rave reviews. It entered the official UK album chart at #13 and shot straight to #1 in the official UK rock album chart. BCC’s debut also hit #3 in Classic Rock magazine’s Critics Album of the Year poll, while Planet Rock radio listeners voted them as the Best New Band of 2010. BCC are currently mixing their second studio album. The as yet untitled album, produced by Kevin Shirley, and rumoured to be their most explosive to date, is scheduled for June 2011 release.