California Breed, with Glenn Hughes, Take the Stage at at Whiskey A Go Go.
Singer/bassist extraordinaire Glenn Hughes and drummer Jason Bonham have once again joined forces following the breakup of their previous endeavor Black Country Communion, and along with young guitarist Andrew Watt, they’ve formed a new power-trio called California Breed.
Even though record album (also called California Breed) has been out in stores and on digital platforms since May 19th, fans attended the gig at Whiskey A Go Go, only based on the musical reputations of Glenn Hughes and Jason Bonham, and for them it was the very first listen of this California Breed material .
I had spoken to Glenn Hughes a couple of weeks ago when I did an interview (coming to BMM in July), and told me that, “This show is about the new album and California Breed. It takes a certain confidence to do Led Zeppelin’s ‘What Is And What Should Never Be’ halfway into your set,”… but their interpretation was amazing!
Hughes completely enchanted the audience with his rendition of ‘The Immigrant Song’ and in general the show was amazing.
California Breed’s debut gig was without doubt a successful event, and Hard-Rock fans all over the world can look forward to attendiond a great live show from the band in the future.
01. The Grey
02. Chemical Rain
03. Sweet Tea
07. All Falls Down
08. What Is And What Should Never Be (Led Zeppelin cover)
10. Spit You Out
12. Medusa (Trapeze cover)
13. Days They Come
14. The Way
15. Midnight Oil
16. Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin cover)
17. Burn (Deep Purple cover)