Going to California - After Black Country Communion Glenn Hughes and Jason Bonham now bet on CALIFORNIA BREED
Two brothers in spirit found themselves in exile in California: the English Glenn Hughes (ex-Trapeze, ex-Deep Purple) and Jason Bonham. After Bonham had represented his father at the legendary 2007 O2-Gig in a grandiose way and after several sessions with John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page as well as singers like Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) or Myles Kennedy (Slash, Alter Bridge), Led Zeppelin had not been continued without Robert Plant, the drummer suddenly gave the pulse of a supergroup: Black Country Communion. Stylistically anchored in the seventies, the band also had an output corresponding to that time: three albums in three years. When Hughes complained loudly that Black Country Communion was acting like a hobby band for Joe Bonamassa and could not establish itself as an independent force, the star guitarist's management pulled the plug.