Glenn Hughes Fans - This is a must do event. Glenn has had an amazing life and career, and this will be the first time in London to hear him walk us through so many of the magic..and extraordinary moments in his life. Tickets will be limited and whilst details are still yet to confirmed in regard to pricing and availability, we thought we should let you know to keep the afternoon of February... View details ⇨
UK GLENN HUGHES NEWS
There's a big rumour that Glenn Hughes will be hosting an event at the London iconic venue ' Cafe De Paris' with Vintage TV's Nicky Horne on Saturday 25th February. More news as it comes to hand this week - importantly keep this day free!
George are an Australian rock band from Brisbane, Queensland. Their first album, Polyserenareached #1 in the Australian Charts on 17 March 2002. The band consists of Katie Noonan on vocals and keyboards, her brother Tyrone Noonan on vocals, guitar and keyboards, Geoff Green on drums and percussion, Paulie Bromley on bass and Nick Stewart on acoustic and electric guitar.
Listen to songs from the album Concerto For Group and Orchestra, including "Intro (Music and Spoken Word)", "Hush (Live)", "Wring That Neck (Live)" and many more. Buy the album for £8.99. Songs start at £0.99. Free with Apple Music subscription.
Rainbow's Long Live Rock 'n Roll is taken from Live in Munich 1977 which is a live album and DVD released by Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow in 2006. The concert was recorded in Munich on October 20, 1977, originally filmed to air on the German Rockpalast TV show
Deep Purple's Might Just Take Your Life is from the glorious album Burn which was the eighth studio album by the band, released in February 1974. This was the first Deep Purple album to feature David Coverdale on vocals and Glenn Hughes from Trapeze on bass and vocals.
Deep Purple Mark 3 only had weeks left to play, but their performances are legendary and captured on 'Made In Europe' which will be reissued in 2017 with a fab new documentary.
Check out the band here in Belgrade March 1975!
Deep Purple's Glenn Hughes and Jon Lord can be seen here discussing the transition of the band into the Mark 4 line up. Ritchie Blackmore had announced his departure in April 1975, and the band decided to carry on with Tommy Bolin on guitar. They produced the critically acclaimed 'Come Taste The band'
Welcome to 2017 everyone .... It's going to be great year for the Purple family with new tours for Glenn Hughes (January/February), Ritchie Blackmore (June) and Deep Purple with their new album due out in April.
Sit back, relax and enjoy this piece from 1985. Perfect Strangers live in the UK.
Happy new Year!