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Glenn Hughes Says Jason Bonham Won’t Return to California Breed Any Time in the Future
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Originally centered around lead vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes of Black Sabbath and Deep Purple fame, and the percussion stylings of Jason Bonham, who’s recognized for his contributions to Led Zeppelin and Heart, rock collective California Breed made an impressionable statement upon the release of their self-titled debut album earlier this year.


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California Breed Execute Scorching Nostalgia With “Sweet Tea” Music Video
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Built upon the concrete bass lines and glass shattering vocals of Glenn Hughes, the whirlwind percussion style of Jason Bonham, and the exceptionally blues-flavored approach of up-and-coming guitarist Andrew Watt, California Breed’s forthcoming debut album has been the captivating focus point for many classic rock followers.


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Rock Supergroup California Breed Announce Debut Album Details
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Comprised of lead vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes (Black Sabbath, Deep Purple), drummer Jason Bonham (Led Zeppelin, Foreigner), and up-and-coming guitarist Andrew Watt, California Breed have announced they will be releasing their eponymous debut studio album this May.


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New Glenn Hughes Studio Album to Arrive Next Year
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Glenn Hughes first broke out onto the music scene as part of the UK bands Finders Keepers and Trapeze in the 1970s, before going on to man the bass and microphone for Deep Purple. Hughes less famously had a brief stint as the front man for Black Sabbath, worked with guitarist Tony Iommi in the beginnings of his solo career, and most recently starred in the super groups Black Country Communion and Kings of Chaos.


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