Black Country Communion officially over
Black Country Communion is no more, says vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes.
"Jason [Bonham], Derek [Sherinian] and I will continue when the time is right," posted Hughes on Saturday. "I have my hands full writing my first solo rock album in 5 years!!!! YES!!"
The bassist later added, "...just so it's crystal... BCC is over... Joe [Bonamassa] left & will not allow us to keep the name... nice huh? Jason, Derek and I will continue with a different name when the time is right..."
Hughes' update on the supergroup comes on the heels of words from Bonamassa, who recently told Premiere Guitar, "As far as I'm concerned, my involvement is pretty much done, and I'll tell you why: Originally, I did it for the same reasons I did the stuff with Beth Hart and Rock Candy Funk Party ? it was an excuse to play a different kind of music that I don't get to play normally."