Of course, each member of Black Country Communion is a veteran of the road, but the band itself has kept appearances to a minimum, having played two sold-out shows in the U.K. in December. The band made its live debut in Riverside, Calif., in March 2010.
The band’s second album, appropriately titled 2, comes out June 14 on J&R Adventures, making late spring the perfect time for some shows. Beginning in at San Diego’s Civic Theatre June 9, BCC also plays So. Cal’s Grove Of Anaheim June 10, Salt Lake City’s Depot June 11; St. Louis at The Pageant June 13; Indianapolis at Murat Theatre June 15; Hampton Beach, N.H., at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom June 17; Sayreville, N.J., at the Starland Ballroom June 18 and Washington D.C. at the 9:30 Club June 19.
Tickets for most shows are already on sale. Check out BCCommunion.com for more information.