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California Breed Announce Debut Album Info

Austyn Blaine
Austyn Blaine

California Breed, the new band featuring Glenn Hughes and Jason Bonham which grew out of the ashes of Black Country Communion, has announced the release date, cover art and track list for its debut album.

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Jason Bonham and Glenn Hughes Working Together Again

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Frazer Harrison, Getty Images / Eagle Rock Entertainment

Jason Bonham and Glenn Hughes are working together on a new project. Previously, the pair collaborated in Black Country Communion, a short-lived supergroup that also featured guitarist Joe Bonamassa and producer Kevin Shirley.

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Glenn Hughes Releasing ‘Live in Wolverhampton’ on Feb. 12

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Black Country Communion vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes is set to release 'Live in Wolverhampton' as a 2-CD set and as a digital download. Recorded in June of 2009 in his hometown of Bilston, Wolverhampton, the new project is slated to drop on Feb. 12 via earMusic and Armoury Records.

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Glenn Hughes Discusses Deep Purple’s Legacy and Rock Hall Snub

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The spotlight is on Deep Purple this year, as their classic album 'Machine Head' turns 40. The metal pioneers will be saluted by a number of rock icons on the 'Re-Machined - A Tribute to Deep Purple's Machine Head' tribute disc that's due Sept. 25. Former Purple singer Glenn Hughes spoke to Noisecreep about the band's legacy and why he wanted to be part of this project even after serving his tenure in the band.

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Glenn Hughes Talks 1970s Influences And The Future Of Black Country Communion

Black Country Communion, Facebook
Black Country Communion, Facebook

In a recent interview with 69 Faces Of Rock, vocalist supreme Glenn Hughes talked about his current all-star band, Black Country Communion, and the overriding influence of days gone by on their sound. "Back in the '70s everybody was getting high," he says matter-of-factly. "Lots of women, and lots of drugs, and buzz and so on."

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