Due to unforeseen circumstances, Black Country Communion have cancelled their show
originally scheduled to take place in Wolverhampton, UK on January 5th, 2013.
Official press release can be found here:
For immediate release, London, England –
Black Country Communion, the Anglo-American rock group featuring Joe Bonamassa (guitar, vocals), Glenn Hughes (vocals, bass), Jason Bonham (drums), and Derek Sherinian (keyboards), today announced that their only UK concert at the Wolverhampton Civic on Saturday January 5th has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
Planet Rock Radio launched a 48-hour ticket pre-sale on Wednesday 19th September. Customers who purchased tickets will receive a full refund, however if you have any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The one-off concert was originally intended to be Black Country Communion’s only UK appearance in 2013. The band chose Wolverhampton due to their geographical and spiritual ties to the area (Glenn Hughes was born in Cannock, Jason Bonham was born in Dudley).
In 2011, Black Country Communion’s last studio album, “2”, scored the No.1 spot in the Official UK Rock Album Chart. The band’s upcoming third album Afterglow, produced by Kevin Shirley, will be released in the UK by Mascot Records on Monday October 29th.
Black Country Communion will play their first UK show since the Summer of 2011 at
WOLVERHAMPTON CIVIC HALL - deep in the spiritual homeland of the band.
The gig takes place on Saturday, January 5th, 2013.
It will be a very rare opportunity to see the band live.