BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION Black Country Communion is a powerhouse supergroup fusing the incredible talents of Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Trapeze), Joe Bonamassa (Blues Rock Legend), Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin, Sammy Hagar and the Circle, Foreigner) and Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater, Sons of Apollo).

Their brand of earth-shattering rock is heavily influenced by both British and American classic hard-rock and blues-rock music.

The supergroup recently announced their highly anticipated fifth album, V and unleashed their first new music in nearly seven years with “Stay Free,” again produced by the legendary Kevin Shirley (and honorary 5th member) which is just a taste of what’s to come from the new album.

The reputation they’ve cultivated after 15 years since their inception, not only as amazing songwriters, but as a powerful live act, is only exceeded by their dedication to their craft and willingness to challenge each other to make the best music imaginable.



Glenn Hughes, ”The Voice of Rock,” is a renowned British rock musician celebrated for his powerhouse vocals and bass guitar skills. Best known for his time as the bassist and co-lead vocalist of Deep Purple during the 1970s, Hughes has enjoyed a diverse career spanning over five decades.

After departing from Deep Purple in 1976, Hughes embarked on a successful solo career, releasing numerous albums across various genres. Additionally, he has been a member of notable bands like California Breed, The Dead Daisies, Kings of Chaos and Black Country Communion, showcasing his versatility and musical prowess.

Despite personal challenges, Hughes has remained resilient, using his experiences to fuel his music and inspire others with his songwriting and performing.

In 2016, Hughes was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the members of Deep Purple. Today, he continues to perform, record, and collaborate, leaving an enduring legacy as one of rock music's most iconic figures..



Blues-rock superstar Joe Bonamassa is one of the most celebrated performing musicians of today. As a THREE-time GRAMMY-nominated artist who recently achieved his 27th #1 album on the Billboard Blues Chart with Blues Deluxe Vol. 2 and only in his mid-40’s, he’s already become a living legend with an astounding multi-genre catalog of music.

Joe's most recently announced live album and concert film, "Live At The Hollywood Bowl With Orchestra," is poised to elevate his already thriving career to new heights. Collectively, Bonamassa has over 40 albums to date with studio and live recordings, collaborative albums, and adventurous side projects Black Country Communion and Rock Candy Funk Party.

A prolific writer who is always on the hunt to expand his eclectic musical horizons, Bonamassa has a limitless work ethic whether it’s in studio, touring on the road, or working with other artists to spur new music.

His career began at just 12 years old when he opened for B.B. King, and has since played alongside Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Peter Frampton, George Thorogood, Warren Haynes and many other legends. In addition to his musical talents, Joe continuously supports his non-profit Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation.



Jason Bonham, born in England, is a renowned drummer known for following in the footsteps of his father, John Bonham, the iconic drummer of Led Zeppelin.

He gained recognition in the 1980s with bands like Virginia Wolf and Paul Rodgers. A notable moment in his career was in 2007 when he filled in for his late father during a Led Zeppelin reunion concert in London, impressively replicating his drumming style.

In addition to leading his own band, Bonham performs with Foreigner, Sammy Hagar and the Circle and Black Country Communion.

He also collaborates with artists like Jimmy Page and Slash. Today, he continues to honor his father's legacy through performances with Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening.



Derek Sherinian is an American keyboardist who has toured and recorded with Alice Cooper, Billy Idol, and Joe Bonamassa. He was also a member of Dream Theater from 1994 to 1999.

He then helped form band Planet X along with Sons of Apollo, and Whom Gods Destroy and Black Country Communion. A variety of prominent guest musicians have appeared on his solo albums, including guitarists such as Slash, Yngwie Malmsteen, Allan Holdsworth, Steve Lukather, Joe Bonamassa, Michael Schenker, Steve Vai, and Al Di Meola.

He has also earned the moniker "King of the Keys" from Guitar World magazine and been dubbed the "Caligula of Keyboards" by Alice Cooper. His musical inspirations encompass Elton John, Edward Van Halen, and Jan Hammer.