The distinction of historic stints with seminal hard rock acts Deep Purple AND Black Sabbath only begins to describe Glenn Hughes’ six decades in the blues-rock maelstrom. Both as a notoriously hard-living singer and bass guitarist of rare invention, the UK rock legend has recorded with artists as diverse as Gary Moore and the KLF, and held his corner of virtuosic supergroup Black Country Communion with Joe Bonamassa and Jason Bonham since 2009.
Last year saw the release of his 14th solo album, “Resonate”.
He was inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame along with his old Deep Purple band members. His autobiography, “Scenes From the Life of a Rock’n’Roll Star”, contains a foreword by Metallica’s Lars Ulrich.
Now, for the first time in 40 years, Glenn is touring Australia and New Zealand performing an all new show featuring classic Deep Purple songs from start to finish.
Stormbringer, Burn, Mistreated, Smoke On The Water and Highway Star, revitalised to keep even the most diehard Deep Purple and heavy rock fans rocking out for years to come.
Glenn Hughes, The Voice of Rock, returns with a vengeance. Rock on!