The future of Black Country Communion is still uncertain. A little inside fighting is always good for ticket sales in the end. But first the band actually has to get back together.
TV Rock Live
spoke with BCC's vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes about the new album, Afterglow
(out October 30), and what's in store. As for his relationship with Joe Bonamassa
, for now we have to read in-between the lines.
"When I'm in the studio or on-stage," said Hughes, "I'm a man with no fear." The pinky on his right hand, apparently broken and in a splint, would probably agree.