||BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION'S 'LIVE OVER EUROPE' IN CINEMAS ON NOVEMBER 1st
22nd September 2011
For one night only, on Tuesday November 1st 2011 at 7.30pm, participating Vue Cinemas will screen Black Country Communion's debut concert film 'Live Over Europe' in high definition and Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
Black Country Communion is the Anglo-American rock group featuring the talents of bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple, Trapeze), blues rock guitarist/vocalist Joe Bonamassa, drummer Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin), and keyboardist Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater).
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'Live Over Europe' was filmed with 14 HD cameras during BCC's first ever world tour in the summer of 2011. Recorded across three nights in the German cities of Hamburg, Munich and Berlin, the bands 18-song set includes tracks taken from both of BCC's albums â€" 2010's eponymous debut, and 2011's follow-up album release '2'.
Producer Kevin Shirley explains, "We knew BCC was the kind of live act that were a major force of nature to behold. They promised legendary performances like those of our heroes of halcyon days of classic rock."
With Mark de Quervain, Sales and Marketing Director at Vue adding, "Black Country Communion are such an incredible live band, these very special screenings are going to look and sound amazing on the big screen. In high definition and Dolby and Digital Surround Sound it will be an immense cinema experience."
This one-off rock 'n' roll cinema experience will feature an exclusive filmed introduction from all four members of Black Country Communion, and by pre â€"booking tickets via www.myvue.com/bcc, you will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a guitar, signed by the band.
There is a signed guitar up for grabs at each of the 16 participating cinemas nationwide. The full list of participating Vue Cinemas is as follows:
London West End
You can get your tickets by clicking here.
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