There may be a fifth album but I don’t know it won’t be next year – Glenn Hughes on BCCV
The nine date tour promises to be a dynamic, turn-back-the-clocks, two-hour live extravaganza homage to his tenure in MK 3 and MK 4 incarnations of Deep Purple
Perfect sound, great lighting a a stage owned, as expected, by Joey, a man who moves and looks twenty years younger than he is.
This show was part of The Long Goodbye tour giving the expectation that it could also be the band’s last.
For a man who allegedly had his drugs delivered in mars bars when he fronted Black Sabbath in the 80s, the person we see before us these days is every inch the healthy, fit, wiser, stronger person that over the last few years, we have come to love immensely.
Ritchie, as master, conducts the happenings in a quiet way and radiates something inviolable – showing here some of the most timely Rock music ever made
If I put money before my art I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night. I have turned things down in my career for the almighty dollar. I would never bow down to the God of Money,
(New York, NY – September 20th, 2016) – Glenn Hughes, the legendary “Voice Of Rock,” has released the first music video from his upcoming 8th solo album, Resonate. The video for the debut single “Heavy” is now available worldwide. Watch it Man! The music video also features a guest appearance by Red Hot Chili Peppers’ […]
With a box set of all of the Gillan albums available soon, Ian talks to Karen Hetherington about reissues, his love of Jazz and flamenco music and why Gillan won’t be reforming any time soon.