Classic Rock - Issue 329 - Black Country Communion Magazine + Exclusive Signed Art Card + Coaster + Plectrums

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In this bundle: 

1x Classic Rock - Issue 329 - Black Country Communion magazine

1x Exclusive lyric sheet, hand-signed by Glenn Hughes

1x Limited-edition Black Country Communion drinks coaster

2x Black Country Communion guitar picks

Black Country Communion are a classic rock supergroup featuring vocalist/bassist Glenn Hughes, guitarist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham and keyboard player Derek Sherinian and released their debut album in 2010. Since then, the quartet have consistently delivered critically acclaimed albums, masterfully blending British blues-rock with American soul to captivate audiences around the globe. Produced by their longtime collaborator Kevin Shirley, their latest release, V (released via Mascot Label Group) captures the band’s dynamic sound.


This Black Country Communion x Classic Rock bundle comes with an exclusive lyric sheet (hand-signed by Glenn Hughes), two BCC guitar picks and a limited edition drinks coaster.

Inside the issue, we talk to Glenn Hughes and Joe Bonamassa about the triumphant return of Black Country Communion as they release their new album V. “We’re a classic rock band,” says Joe Bonamassa. “So of course it sounds like 1973. We’re not trying to be like, you know, ‘Here’s a modern take’, we’re unapologetically time travellers backwards.”

For Bonamassa it’s a rare space for him to ‘just’ be a guitar player. ”I went to the studio every day going: ‘This is inspiring, I feel like part of something very special.’” For Hughes, even with his extensive solo pursuits, it’s hard to shake off the feeling that he’s a ‘band guy’ at heart. That he’d love Black Country Communion to be his full-time band. “That would be the ideal scenario,” he tells us…

Also in the magazine, we celebrate 50 years of AC/DC – Gene Simmons, Francis Rossi and Joe Perry join CR in uncovering how the band have survived changes and tragedy and continue to thrive. Plus we get thunderstruck at their first show in eight years. Heart sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson look back on the highs and lows of their roller-coaster 50-year career. We tell the story of The Allman Brothers’ landmark album At Fillmore East. Regular features include Ian Hunter, Lindisfarne, ELP, Marcus King and more…

Plus an exclusive 12-track digital album from Mascot including Black Country Communion, Beth Hart, Masters Of Reality, Black Stone Cherry and more. Not forgetting the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet!

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