Black Country Communion coming to Wolverhampton

By Kirsten Rawlins | Music | Published:

Black Country Communion will perform for fans in Wolverhampton next year, it has been announced.

Black Country Communion performs

The band, fronted by Cannock's Glenn Hughes (of Deep Purple and Trapeze fame), will perform at the city's Civic Hall.

The supergroup also boasts blues icon Joe Bonamassa on guitar; son of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, Jason Bonham, on drums; and Derek Sherinian on keys.

They are best known for songs such as Song Of Yesterday, One Last Soul and Sista Jane.

Black Country Communion will play the Civic on January 1, 2018.

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Kirsten Rawlins

By Kirsten Rawlins

Online Entertainment Editor for the Express & Star, Shropshire Star and Native Monster. E-mail me, or phone 01902 319368


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